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Conservation Tidbits: Awesome nature news around Belize

From new regulations to protect our mangroves, to Belize’s Jamal Galves at NatGeoFest, to rescued scarlet macaw chicks thriving under proper care and our Belize Barrier Reef removed from the In-Danger list – Belize is celebrating its conservation victories!

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Exciting Conservation Tidbits around Belize!

Across the country of Belize, and even beyond her borders, Belizeans are showing how they fight for conservation: whether its an educational exchange on replanting corals, fighting against irresponsible development, or joining global movements, we’re fighting for Belize!

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Exciting News in Conservation!

From lagoon clean-ups, to the discovery of new spawning sites for protected bonefish, and excellent discoveries in the newly designated Northeast Wildlife Corridor, conservation in Belize is looking great!

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Meet the man behind the binoculars; Roni Martinez

For as long as he can remember, birding extraordinaire and champion for the protection of Scarlet Macaws in the Chiquibul Forest of Belize, Roni Martinez has always had a connection with nature. From botany to birds, this Belizean naturalist is determined to make a difference in his beloved country.

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Connecting Landscapes across the Belize Wildlife Corridor

The most vulnerable part of the Belize Wildlife Corridor is where the Rio Bravo, Gallon Jug and Yalbac Area links with the Maya Mountains in the south. Known as the Central Belize Corridor, the territories converge at a 20-kilometer strip bisected by the busiest truck road in the country, the George Price Highway. This area represents the largest gap within the protected area.

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Wild for sea turtles

Not only are sea turtles gorgeous to see as they graze on the seabed or effortlessly glide through the water, their beauty is more than shell deep.

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Scarlet Paradise

The Scarlet Six Biomonitoring Team is dedicated to protecting endangered species in their habitat, and in this case our imperiled Scarlet Macaws.

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