DOS is Going to Belize!

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Join DOS and Bill Stewart on this exciting 8-day expedition to Belize and set your sights on hundreds of neotropical species with the help of expert in-country guides. Enjoy birding in the pine savannas and wetland habitats of Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, in the primary and secondary tropical moist broadleaf forest at Cockscomb Basin and Pook’s Hill, and in private reserves, a botanical garden, Maya ruins, and along the Macal River Valley. This program is designed to help protect key Important Bird Areas in Belize and promote birding as a viable economic alternative. You’ll have a direct impact on local people and communities and strengthen bird-based tourism as a conservation and sustainable development tool.

This trip is scheduled for February 6th, 2019-February 13th, 2019. Complete details can be found at  Limited to 12 participants.

A portion of the trip proceeds goes to help support the DOS Youth Scholarship Fund.

Featured Image: Green Shrike Vireo by Dominic Sherony

2 Responses to "DOS is Going to Belize!"
  1. Nancy Cunningham says:

    I have birded both Crooked Tree and Cocksomb. You will love it! Came home with some bot fly larvae, so be careful.

  2. Phil Thompson says:

    Hi Bill, we would be interested to know who your local guides will be. We have birded Belize several times and know that you will have a great trip.

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