Belize has long enjoyed a reputation for unsurpassed natural beauty, with 570 bird species having been seen in a country the size of Massachusetts.
Two thirds of Belize is covered in tropical forest, with half of that old growth primary forest, home to howler monkeys, tapirs, anteaters and the occasional lurking jaguar. The country is also full of mangrove communities, riparian lagoons, coral reefs, and outlying islands home to seabird colonies.
Photos: Keel-billed Toucan, Black Orchid, and Barred Forest Falcon by Narca Moore-Craig.
Guided Group Tours to Belize:
Guide: Bob Behrstock
Offered in partnership with our parent company, Naturalist Journeys, LLC.
Independent Birding Ventures to Belize:
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