The Entrance to Wildlife Reserve is shaded with trees and the cobble stone pathways and the huts are where our friendly staff greet you!A Green Monkey at the Barbados Wildelife Reserve.Appreciate this Monkey's strut with visual of the golden green fur and pale hands and feet, the tip of the tail, cheeks and whiskers are golden yellow.The Mother Green Monkey are very protective over their young and usually take care of them for the first year before allowing them to live as adults.See the sunbathing lazy reptiles in the Iguana Sanctuary at the Wildlife Reserve. These reptiles have a "third eye" on their heads which is a light sensing organ and does not make out detail but brightness. Be sure to look out for the parietal eye!Along the footpaths through the forestland the undergrowth reveals the Brocket Deer and "Mara" at the Barbados Wildlife Reserve.Monkeys are very playful and can be seen running to and fro through the trees and swinging from the branches. They use facial expressions and body language to communicate their emotions.Barbados Green Monkeys hanging out at The Barbados Wildlife Reserve, they are highly social and communicate with distinct calls.These Barbados Green Monkeys are seasonal breeders usually breeding in the months of April to June during the months of heavy rainfall. Infant mortality is high at about 57%.