Coast Guard Provides Further Details on Tropic Air Mishap
Tonight, there are further details and exclusive images of a Tropic single-engine aircraft which dipped in the Caribbean Sea soon after it departed the Phillip Goldson International Airport in transit [...]
Airline Company Tightlipped on Crash at Sea
Interestingly, Tropic Air has remained fairly tightlipped about the incident, not offering much by way of a brief release on the company’s Facebook page. On the other hand, Borland told [...]
Vice Commander Elton Bennett Says Coast Guard Stood Its Ground Against Guatemalan Navy
The Belize National Coast Guard and the Guatemalan Navy were involved in a lengthy standoff on the Sarstoon Island last Thursday. Information has been provided about the incident by the [...]
Coast Guard Personnel Extracted from Sarstoon Island Following Lengthy Standoff
As we said, there seem to be varying accounts of the directive given to the coastguard unit by the Ministry of National Security. Vice Commander Bennett categorically maintains that the [...]
Elrington Confirms that Sarstoon Island is in Belize
This morning, we asked the Foreign Minister of Belize about the location of the island from where the coastguard was extracted. According to Wilfred Elrington, he got a situation report [...]
Did Guatemalan Navy Provoke Confrontation with Coast Guard?
William Neal, this morning, pressed Foreign Minister Elrington if the Guatemalan navy acted in provocation since it was well within Belizean waters. William Neal, Host “So, when ordinary Belizean [...]
Shadir Marin Granted Bail After Being Remanded for Firearm Offense
Tonight, twenty-five year old manager, Shadir Marin, who manages the San Pedro Water Express is out on bail of seven thousand dollars granted this afternoon by Supreme Court Judge, Justice [...]
F.F.B. Unveils National Team Ahead of Dominican Republic Home & Away Series
The Belize national team leaves for Dominican Republic on June ninth for a world cup qualifying game. That game will be held on the eleventh at two p.m., Belize time. [...]
How Prepared Are the Jaguars to Face the Dominican Republic?
Recently, a friendly international match was held between the Dominican Republic and Cayman national teams. That outing saw DR score six goals on Cayman. Now, it is known that team [...]
…And Deon McCauley Confident in Scoring Against the DR
Star striker Deon McCauley, however, is confident and says that he can guarantee at least one goal against the team from Dominican Republic. McCauley spoke about the chemistry with the [...]
Verdes Prepares for CONCACAF Champions League 2015
In more football news, Belize will be participating in the CONCACAF Champion’s League 2015 where Verdes F.C. has been drafted to Group C of the annual competition. On Monday, twenty-four [...]
FIFA Without Sepp Blatter – What Does It Mean for Belizean Football?
Newly re-elected FIFA President Sepp Blatter shocked the football world on Tuesday when he announced his resignation amid massive corruption scandals within the international governing body. Blatter’s departure will not [...]
Sedi Sets the Record Straight on Artificial Borders
This morning, when we spoke to the Foreign Minister, we also raised the issue of a statement he made some time ago that angered various sectors of the population. It [...]
Belize is Second Slowest in Broadband Internet Speed in the Caribbean
A report on fixed Internet broadband speeds and pricing across the Caribbean shows that Belize has consistently remained as head of the class as it relates to pricing but in [...]
Margarita Noralez Pech Remanded into Custody for Burglary
Tonight, thirty-three year old Margarita Noralez who also uses Pech as her surname was taken to the Belize City Magistrate’s Court to answer to two criminal offenses for Burglary and [...]
Ride Across Belize Rolls Into Old Capital
It’s that time of the year again, when Social Security take the lead and ride across Belize. It is all for a good cause and this year they are looking [...]
What’s the Status of F.F.B.’s Finances?
And one more issue on the F.F.B.’s press conference… Its president, Ruperto Vicente, wasn’t present because he had not yet arrived from Miami where he headed a delegation to the [...]
ABTEC Graduates Fifty-five Students in Business Technology
The American Business Technology and Education Center (ABTEC) is preparing students for work by developing their proficiency in specific trades. It’s all in an effort to help the trainees to [...]
Belize Tops Number One In Sugar Producer In The Region
Belize has been ranked as the top sugar producer in the region. The announcement was made by the Sugar Association of the Caribbean, SAC. The report indicates that in April, Belize produced more sugar with 28,289 tons. Guyana followed with a little over 26 thousand tons, Jamaica with a little over 25 thousand tons and Barbados with 3, 173 tons. The total regional production is at 84, 150 thousand tons for April. In this sugar crop, the total regional production stands at 393,357 thousand tons of sugar. The SAC says it continues to focus on overseas markets with year-to-date exports to Europe totaling 220,309 tons, followed by 30,259 tons to the United States and 17,484 tons to CARICOM. The report also indicates that Jamaica has topped the regional production in February and March this year but adds that there are challenges affecting production in that country. In Belize and Guyana however, production is reported as going well. Meanwhile, Barbados has just started production. Along with the report, the SAC reports that the Association is well advanced in achieving its goal to boost supply to the CARICOM market and expect this trend to continue.
Belize With The Most Expensive Internet Rates And Most Slowest In The Region
This year’s regional Information and Communications Technology (ICT) survey shows that Belize still has the most expensive internet rates and the broadband speed is still lagging behind. Despite this fact, the report indicates that Internet prices are decreasing across the Caribbean. The report states that under International Telecommunications Union standards, between 1.5 and 2 Mbps is considered the threshold speed for classifying an Internet service as broadband. Of the 19 countries surveyed, 13 countries offer the lowest download speeds of 2 Mbps and under. ISPs in Aruba, Belize and Guyana are still offering Internet plans with advertised download speeds of 256 kbps. Sixteen countries offer broadband packages with a maximum advertised download speed of at least 8 Mbps.
The lowest advertised price was recorded in Trinidad and Tobago, at $22.15 USD, followed by Grenada at $24.48 USD and Curacao at $24.55 USD. The report says at the opposite end of the spectrum, the highest prices for a 2 Mbps plan was $69.49 USD in Belize, and was followed by the Antigua and Barbuda at $62.20 USD. And as the Internet becomes increasingly important across the Caribbean, the telecoms providers themselves are continually adjusting and refining their offerings in that market.
Taking A Look At The Charlie Charlie Epidemic
The “Charlie Charlie” game, believed to be a Mexican demonic game has taken over the world it seems, as reports from all corners of the globe keep popping up on the internet. These reports are often about possessed school children or children who are being bothered by some demonic spirit. While some reports indicate that the origin of the game is not certain, it seems that the thrill that comes with playing the game has won over thousands of children, particularly school children who have dared to play the game. It has now reached Belize but it appears that schools are not about to play any games whatsoever with the school children as at least two schools have suspended its students for allegedly playing the game. The first school on record to suspend students is Nazarene High School where students were caught playing the game at school last Thursday.
The first form students were suspended as was one student at the Julian Cho Technical High School. Reports indicate that the school’s administration has decided to suspend the student for playing the “Charlie Charlie” game on the basis that it does not tolerate nonsense. Reports have been filed from Veracruz where students were claimed to be possessed by a demon after playing the game. Meanwhile in Jamaica, the ministry of education has issued a ban on the game ordering the close monitoring of students to ensure that they do not engage in what is widely viewed as a demonic game.
National Spelling Bee Finals to Take Place In Corozal
A champion speller will be crowned on Friday as the National Spelling Bee Finals will take place in Corozal Town. A total of twelve finalists are making their last minute preparations for the big day. Representing Orange Walk Town are Jafet Munoz from Trial Farm Government School and Aaliyah Leiva from Louisiana Government School. Students representing Corozal are Aimee Gonzalez from the Corozal Nazarene School and Mishtony Castillo from the Seventh Day Adventist School. The event is one organized by the Bowen and Bowen Group Ltd and the Ministry of Education for the past 21 years. Last year’s champion, ten year old Shanalee Gayap of Solid Rock Academy in the Stann Creek District was the youngest speller in history. The 21st Annual Spelling bee finals will commence at 9:30am at the Corozal Community College Auditorium. We’ll have full coverage and bring you the winner in Friday’s newscast.
Noh Mul Case Continues At Corozal Magistrate's Court
Today day two of the Noh Mul case was heard at the Corozal Magistrates Court before Chief Magistrate Ann Marie Smith. At the end of the hearing two witnesses had taken the stand and the case was adjourned for tomorrow when It is expected that most witnesses called by the prosecution will take the stand and be cross examined by attorney Bryan Neal representing the defendants Denny Grijalva and his wife owners of Demars Stone Company, Javier Nunez foreman of Demar’s Stone Company and excavator Operator Emir Cruz.
All of the defendants were criminally charged for destruction of Noh Mul an archaeological monument that sits in the area of San Juan Village in the Orange Walk District.
Belize Recognized as Top Sugar Producer in the Caribbean for April
Belize has been recognized as the top sugar producer in the Caribbean region for the month of April 2015. The announcement came from the Sugar Association of the Caribbean (SAC). According to the online article, Belize produced twenty eight thousand two hundred and eighty nine tonnes of sugar for the period mentioned, followed by Guyana, […]
Artifacts Uncovered at Maya Ruin in Southern Belize
A major discovery was made at the Nim Li Punit archaeological site located at Indian Creek Village, 25 miles out of Punta Gorda on the Southern Highway. Correspondent Paul Mahung was there and has the story. Many of the pieces found will be displayed in the Visitors’ Center at Nim Li Punit while the […]
Football Federation Needs Money to Play in the DR
As you saw, twenty three players were presented to the media but not all of them will make it to the Dominican Republic. According to the FFB that is because of a lack of finances. According to the team coordinator, they will be seeking the public’s assistance. RUPERTO VICENTE “Well we have to look at […]
Verdes Football Team Returns Home to Prepare for Upcoming Matches
Several members of the Verdes Football Club flew out to Miami on Monday to take part in the draft for the Champion’s League Tournament. The Verdes team was chosen as the representative team for Belize after winning the 2015 Premier League of Belize Tournament. Today the team returned and we caught up with Marvin Ottley, […]
First Graduates of Media Arts Academy Presented
Almost two hundred students from several primary schools on the south side of Belize City gathered at the Bird’s Isle in Belize City this morning to receive their certificates of completion along with refreshments after they completed a seven month engagement with the Media Arts Academy Program that falls under the Love Foundation. Deborah Straughan-Sewell […]
Former Court of Appeal Judge to Belize Passes
Final tributes were paid yesterday to a former sitting judge on the Court of Appeals panel who served in Belize during a part of his career. 85-year-old, Boyd Humbert Glouster Carey died in his home in Florida, USA on May 11 and a memorial service was held at the Providence Methodist Church in Jamaica. Carey sat as a […]
Potable Water Project For Gardenia and Biscayne Underway
A hundred and fifty five households in the villages of Gardenia and Biscayne in the Belize District will benefit shortly from a government funded project geared at making potable water more accessible to the villagers. The Gardenia/Biscayne Water Supply Sub-project comes at a cost of $999,408.49 through a loan received from the Caribbean Development Bank […]
Woman Tells Judge She Was Forced to Burglarize Home
Thirty-three year old Margarita Pech, a woman with four convictions for crimes of dishonesty, became an inmate of Belize Central prison today when she appeared before Senior Magistrate Sharon Fraser and was arraigned on charges of burglary and handling stolen goods. Pech pled not guilty to the charges although she was seen in the house […]
Caused the Sarstoon Stand Off?
On Friday we told you about a standoff between the Belize Coast Guard and the Guatemalan Navy that lasted almost 26 hours...
CEO Lovell Clarifies Elrington’s “Border Comment”
In an interview last week with the Ministry of National Security, CEO Colonel George Lovell concurred that despite the Foreign Minister’s border comments, or at least the media’s interpretation of the Foreign Minister’s border comments, Belize has clearly defined maritime borders...
13th Senator case goes to Supreme Court
On September 30, Chief Justice Kenneth Benjamin will hear preliminary arguments pitting the country’s Leader of the Opposition, Francis Fonseca, against Prime Minister Dean Barrow over the issue of the appointment of a thirteenth member of the Senate...
Body 2000 battles CitCo over trade license
On Friday, Body 2000 Health and Fitness Gym on Coney Drive was visited by police to enforce a stop order issued by the Belize City Council for non-payment of trade licenses. The gym’s owner claimed to have paid $3,000 for this year’s fee but was unable to produce a receipt...
Belize and Guatemala team up to end illegal wildlife trade
Animals and plants, both exotic and commonplace, are regularly traded across borders and the extent of this illegal trade has been estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars...
Hopkins Mango Festival held
It was “mango everything” on display this past Saturday by the seaside in Hopkins Village as it hosted the annual Mango Festival. Originally introduced to the West from India, there are 400 varieties of the mango, of which Hopkins and Belize claim about 20...
Green Tropics and farmers reach out of court agreement
The Santander Group of Companies is giving land to the farmers in fulfilment of their part of a compromise agreement with the Agriculture Association of the Valley of Peace...
Water taxi manager charged over firearm altercation
The manager of San Pedro Express Water Taxi on North Front Street is in prison tonight, accused of pointing a firearm at a man he was having an argument with. Police have charged 25 year old Shadir Marin with aggravated assault with a firearm against disc jockey Edison Usher, also known as DJ Vint...
Drug Traffickers caught by police
On Monday June 1, police conducted a search at the residence of 46-year-old Luis Alberto Cardenas of Belize/Corozal Road in Orange Walk. There, the cops found two black bags containing 200 grams of Cannabis. Police arrested and charged Luis Alberto Cardenas for the offence of Drug Trafficking...
Ammunition found in socks
Another search led to the discovery of ammunition with no gun license. On Monday June 1, police along with Special Branch and K9 Unit conducted a search at the residence of 23-year-old Floyd Neal of Young Bank Road, Camalote Village...
Sepp Blatter Resigns!
Sepp Blatter resigns as FIFA’s president after a 17 year old tenure dogged by corruption scandals four days after being reelected as head of football’s world governing body. Blatter urges FIFA’s congress to organize an election for his successor at the ‘earliest opportunity’...
Verdes to face Mexico and Panama in Champions League
On Monday evening in Miami, Florida, Belize’s Premier League champions Verdes FC of Benque Viejo learned their opponents in the 2014-15 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League...
Tropic Air plane crash lands in sea
A Tropic Air plane, crash-landed on the open sea about 6 to 8 miles south of Blue Hole...
Breaking Belize News
Woman charged with jewelry theft
33 year old Margarita Pech has been convicted four times previously for crimes of dishonesty ranging from handling stolen goods to burglary and theft, faces another such charge, this time burglary. Pech is accused of breaking into the house of 17 year old Kelsey Musa at Eyre Street […]
National Meteorological Service advises on 2015 hurricane season
The National Meteorological Service of Belize issued a press release on Monday, June 1st to address the Belizean public on the start of the Hurricane season 2015. It states that this season will see below average to average activity, meaning the chances of a hurricane affecting us is […]
The fight to end worldwide illegal wildlife trade
The extent of the illegal trade in wildlife – both animals and plants – has been estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars. Belize’s experiences are largely tied to Guatemala and the incursions of peasants over the western border and into the Chiquibul National Park […]
Espat and PUP plan to take Government to court over PetroCaribe Funds
People’s United Party (PUP) deputy leader, Julius Espat who spoke about Ivan Ramos receiving PetroCaribe monies, spoke again yesterday about taking the Government of Belize to court on the grounds that it is using these PetroCaribe Funds for the “wrong” reasons. In an interview with another media house, […]
Placencia Police searches for Devon Logan
Placencia police is currently on the hunt for a man by the name of Devon Logan for drug charges and child abandonment after he escaped from a police patrol on Sunday night. Reports say that Logan was stopped and searched by police on Sunday night, May 31st 2015 […]
Four shooting incidents reported in Belize District overnight
No less than four shooting incidents have been reported in the Belize District in the span of several hours. In Belize City on Tuesday night around 10:00 p.m. police responded to reports of a fight on Angel Lane. 20 year old Porshan Pipersburg of Gabourel Lane was in […]
Tropic Air plane crashes into sea
On Tuesday evening a Tropic Air flight en route to Roatan in the Bay Islands of Honduras crash-landed near the Blue Hole in the Lighthouse Reef Atoll. Around 4:15 the Cessna 182 four-seat single engine aircraft began experiencing engine problems and senior pilot Denfield Borland made a distress […]
PUP Deputy Leader speaks about Ivan Ramos receiving PetroCaribe monies
It has been countless times that we have seen the leader of the People’s United Party (PUP), Francis Fonseca, on our television sets speaking negatively about the PetroCaribe Funds and how it should be used. The PUP clearly stated that the PetroCaribe monies were not to be used […]
Does Former Guatemalan Vice President own assets in Belize?
Over the past few weeks, the pressure has been mounting for Guatemala’s President, Otto Perez Molina to resign with thousands of citizens protesting every weekend due to the corruption that has led to the arrest and resignation of many government officials. As far as we know, those scandals […]
Julian Cho High School suspends student for playing ‘Charlie, Charlie’
The game “Charlie Charlie” which has racked up millions of views on the popular internet site ‘YouTube’ has sent waves of panic across the country over the past few weeks. As you may know by now, the game involves two pencils placed in the shape of a cross […]
Tiny Miss Emma And Her Organic Farm : Both are Belize National Treasures
I can’t believe that it took me 8 years in Belize to visit Miss Emma’s Garden and Restaurant. This tiny lady and her farm are a national treasure.
It may seem a bit off the beaten path but it’s easy to find. At about Mile 16 on the Southern Highway, just about 15 minutes past the Hopkins junction, turn in at the Sanctuary Belize sign. A mile or two down a wide dirt road, you’ll cross a little wooden bridge. Take the first right and head up to the guard booth…you’ll have to sign in and dip the bottom of your feet in bleach.
To keep pests out of the area and the shrimp farm beyond Miss Emma’s.
Miss Emma is a 74 year old Filippino woman with more energy than most young adults. She came to Belize in 1992 as the chef for the Taiwanese Ambassador and has been here ever since. Her gardens and orchards are beyond stunning and she may just be the most generous woman that I’ve ever met.
Her restaurant is filled with memorabilia with photos of her with Prime Minister Dean Barrow and George Price…
Here’s What Happens to Exotic Birds When Their Owners Can’t Take Care of Them
Parrots and other captive birds are now some of the fastest-growing group of displaced animals in the United Sates. These birds, who can live to be 70 or 80 years old in the wild, often need more care than their owners can provide. Oliver Regueiro, who grew up in Venezuela where parrots and macaws are a regular sight, was introduced to the potential perils of exotic birds as pets while watching a documentary on television.
“I remember seeing them on the side of the road,” he wrote via email. “So for me that was normal—boy was I wrong!” After watching the documentary, Regueiro began researching and learning more about the issues many of the birds face and decided to start small and local, contacting two sanctuaries in Washington State where he lives: Zazu’s House Sanctuary and Mollywood Avian Sanctuary.
“I went to meet with one of them and after seeing the birds and their condition I was sure that’s where I had to start,” he wrote.
Once he got permission to photograph the birds, he spent a couple of weeks preparing for the shoots and then two days photographing at each sanctuary. The result, “Earthbound,” is a series of portraits of the birds along with a brief biography of how they ended up at the sanctuary.
“I was amazed how unique they are,” he wrote. “They have well defined personalities. The way they look at you, you feel they are looking into you. It’s a really deep look.”
2015 update of Internet speeds and pricing across the Caribbean
A 2015 update of fixed Internet broadband speeds and pricing across the Caribbean, and a brief comparison with our 2014 results.
As the Internet becomes increasingly important across the Caribbean, the telecoms providers themselves are continually adjusting and refining their offerings in that market. Since 2011, we, here at ICT Pulse, have been tracking fixed Internet broadband speeds and pricing across the Caribbean. We are updating our findings, and highlighting some of the changes that have occurred since our last assessment exercise in 2014.
The methodology employed has remained unchanged from last year’s exercise, and we have maintained country pool of 19 Caribbean countries as highlighted in the sections below.
Data was collected from the websites of widely used Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in the countries covered. To the extent possible, two ISPs were examined in each country (Table 1), and the exercise focussed on fixed/wired (non-dialup) Internet services, and on service plans for domestic/residential customers.
Mary and her husband had planned a dream vacation to Belize. It was the top priority on their bucket list of places to enjoy together after retirement. Last March, after 40 years as a teacher in Stone Mountain, Georgia, she finally arrived in the country they both had hoped would be a shared paradise. But she had to come alone, after burying her life partner just two months before.
As she related her experience as we sat outside at a sunny Belizean bar and restaurant, there was no hint of what would have been understandable melancholy. She elected to sell most of their worldly possessions, including a five-bedroom house. She worked through the vehement skepticism expressed by her adult children that she could go it alone in Central America. But Mary has fallen in love again. Not with another man, but with a simplicity and vibrancy of life she hasn't felt since her childhood.
It's the eternal human quest to find contentment and happiness that lured my wife Lisa and me to Belize. It's a country of unmatched natural beauty and ethnic diversity — and equally visible abject poverty. With a government that's borrowed itself to the hilt, Belizeans exist without unemployment insurance, food stamps, and welfare programs. You could consider it a laid-back version of rugged individualism. Their motto is, "Take care of your needs first and your wants become secondary."
How Belize is tipping the scales for sustainable fishing worldwide
Belize just redefined marine conservation, entrusting its fishermen with a nationwide system of multi-species fishing rights for all its coastal fishing waters.
This landmark decision is a victory for communities on Belize’s Caribbean shore, allowing fishermen to create more food and jobs on land by replenishing more life and diversity in their seas.
But Belize’s move also has implications for the rest of the world. The government blazed a pioneering trail, with a powerful example that may prove a tipping point for sustainable harvests of coastal fisheries anywhere.
Belize raises the bar when it comes to marine conservation. The extraordinary Belize Barrier Reef, second in size only to Australia’s, hosts a rich diversity of mangroves, corals, seagrass and cayes teeming with life.
Offshore life also brought onshore health. As 3,000 fishermen harvest spiny lobster, conch and reef fish, they nourish Belizeans with an important source of healthy, locally-produced animal protein.
Former Olympic skiier and fly-fishing great Andy Mill and son Nicky will co-host the 2015 Belize Tarpon Tagging Expedition
from Aug. 15-22 at the El Pescador Lodge. Anglers are invited to help tag fish and support research by the University of Miami’s Tarpon and Bonefish Research Center. For more information, call Adam Marton at 312-440-1200 or email Adam@fieldworkersclub.com.
▪ More than 40 species of fish are targeted through Nov. 30, with divisions for men, women, junior anglers (ages 10 to 14) and Pee Wees (under 10 years old). The Key West Fishing Tournament strongly encourages the release of game fish. All participating anglers receive certificates noting their catches and qualify for a variety of prizes. keywestfishingtournament.com
Funeral of Romaldo N. Badillo, 1min. Although this was recorded at a very sad occasion, the funeral of Romaldo N. Badillo, it shows the rich culture and treasures of Belize. Here ,Romi's cousin pays tribute to him in an ancient Mayan song, as per Romi's request, if he would die. Sadly we grieve.
TRAPPED (A short film) | Katyani Mehra, 3.5min. This is a short movie made by some students at Sacred Heart College in San Ignacio, Belize. This is showing identity theft.
BSI/ASR WEEKLY CROP REVIEW WEEK 18, 3min.
THE HEALTH HAZARDS OF GARBAGE, 4min. We told you about the Town Council’s efforts to turn Orange Walk Town into a cleaner community. While that is all great news, we wondered about the health hazards of garbage and the manner in which it is disposed of. Here is a brief look at the health risks and how these are minimized in our community.
Belize 2015, 4min. Recap video of our recent live aboard on the Sun Dancer II Fleet off the coast of Belize.
The National Anthem of Belize sung by the children in Santa Elena., 3min. I was so lucky to go to Belize for One Library at a Time to put a library into a school in Santa Elena.
My Pledge to Belize by the children in Santa Elena., 1min.
Belize 2015 Shark Ray Alley, 2min.
Belize River Valley Watershed, 12min. Muscle Creek. DAM Blocking the flow of Fresh Water.
Belize, 8min. This video is about my schools trip to Belize to teach kids about physical activity and nutrition. We also built on an addition to the kitchen on days we weren't teaching.
Cacao Fest 2015 in Punta Gorda, Belize - Belize In America, 3min. DAY ONE:
Wine & Chocolate
Garbutt’s Marine, Joe Taylor Bridge area, Punta Gorda Town
This is a night of Indulging in fine wine, decadent chocolate and tasty hors d’oeuvres all complemented by the musical sensations of the Caribbean Roots Band from Corozal Town, Belize.
Taste of Toledo
Front Street, Punta Gorda
This is the Day Two of the Cacao Fest event in Punta Gorda, Belize. The main street is crowded with vendors, visitors and an array of cultural foods, Chocolate exhibitors, crafts for sale & live music entertainment all day long! FREE entrance!
Julian Cho Technical High School Grounds
Fire Leadership for Protected Areas, 10min. TIDE and the Southern Belize Working Group with support from the Protected Areas Conservation Trust (PACT) hosted a firefighter training workshop in the Deep River Forest Reserve of southern Belize. Students learned strategies to safely conduct prescribed burns.
The Peregrine Dame Season 1 Episode 1 Belize, 22min. Belize, from Mayan ruins to Caye Caulker, host Rachel Parsons explores the tiny Central American country solo, meeting new friends along the way.