I just returned from a little vacation in Costa Rica, and the humid jungle air was a big contrast to Alaska’s dry climate. Manuel Antonio National Park is located on the Pacific shore and is a popular destination. During a hike along the park trails, a group of white faced capuchin monkeys foraged in the overhead trees. They are habituated to human presence and are easy to photograph. This female carried her newborn baby while traveling through the trees. Cute little things indeed.