We conserve birds in their habitats across Belize through on-the-ground scientific research, education, advocacy, and collaborations.
The objectives of the Belize Bird Conservancy shall be to better understand Belize birds through scientific research: provide education outreach: train future conservationists and biologists: provide economic opportunities to Belizeans: provide volunteer and internship programs: and form partnerships with local and international wildlife conservation groups and government bodies to help protect birds in Belize.
We conserve birds in their habitat across Belize through on-the-ground scientific research, education, advocacy, and collaborations. Find out about our organization, mission, who is involved, collaborators and the results of years of conservation.
Check out our multiple projects dedicated to conducting scientific research to learn more about periled species in Belize while giving locals opportunities and educating communities to ultimately conserve the birds of Belize.
2017 Hawk Watch project: fundraising campaign
This year (2017) will be our FIFTH ANNIVERSARY with your kind donation and contribution.
Last year with the help of all of our donors we were able to start the first Raptor Certification Program and education campaign in Central America to train local Belizeans in raptor ecology, conservation, and research as part of the Hawk Watch Count. It was exceptionally successful and this program was the buzz throughout the country and beyond. We also had interest from other Central American countries and South America. With its great success we would like to do it again that is why we are starting a campaign to raise $7,500.
Go get more information on this program here.