Constructing an aviary is on our short "To Do" list since we're approved to rehabilitate primates and birds, but I expected to start with hatchlings in the incubator and have time to build.
Long story short, our neighbors Dave and Valentina put the crimson-fronted parrot in the large habitat with their African Gray so it could build up strength in its wing muscles. And then they introduced me to Rodolfo at The Macaw Sanctuary in Puntarenas (an hour-and-a-half away), where they rehabilitate and release macaws...as well as other native parrots! http://www.santuariolapas.com/index.html
I spoke with Rodolfo about their three spider monkeys, and he said that while there are general monkey rules, each one is an individual. I was shocked when he said their male loves him but is vicious with other men, and likes women. He was equally surprised to hear that Chiquito likes all men, but that I'm the only female he's comfortable with. Their male is three and Chiquito is two, so neither of them is sexually mature. Different life experiences have shaped who they trust.