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Great 60 minute video with 277 species of birds from all around Cayo and Belize. You can buy the DVD, and all the proceeds are solely for the benefit of Belizean non-profit/NGOs and education in Belize.

This is the most recent version (Version 8) of The Birds of Belize DVD which now covers 277 species. Filmed entirely in Belize beginning in 2005, it now includes film from 2012 which covers species not recorded in previous versions as well as improved film of some species that were included in prior versions. This particular video segment represents just the main body of the DVD. Also included on the DVD is an introduction to the DVD and the credits and locations where the DVD was filmed. Those DVD segments are posted separately in this YouTube channel. The video quality of the DVD is better than what YouTube can display. The physical DVD can also be selected by "chapter", making the location of a particular species or family more convenient. As always, all proceeds from the sale of the DVD are for the benefit of non-profit/NGOs and education in Belize. The DVD is available at many locations throughout Belize, including The Belize Zoo, Programme for Belize field stations, Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, Community Baboon Sanctuary, and through many lodges including Chan Chich Lodge. Hidden Valley Inn and Blancaneaux Lodge. The DVD may also be purchased through eBay


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Birds of Belize

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Birds of Belize Webinar
Stanislaus Audubon Digital Zoom Program series featuring Rich Cimino.

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The Birds of Belize, Version 15, with 384 species
Contains video of 384 species, all filmed in Belize, wit calls/songs for most species. Presented in the order of the Illustration Plates in the field guide "Birds of Belize" by H. Lee Jones.

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In 2019 I went on a trip to a resort in Ambergris Caye, Belize. It was a great vacation and I tried to sneak in some birdwatching every morning along the road that the resort was on. It was great to birdwatch in someplace totally different and I was surprised at some of the similar birds they had there.


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Birds of Belize
Rich Cimino shows some of the many birds typically seen during one of his birding tours to Belize and Guatemala.

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Birds of the Night with Vanessa Kilburn of TREES Belize
On today's episode of Conservation Conversations we talk with Vanessa Kilburn of Toucan Ridge Ecology and Education society or TREES! T.R.E.E.S is a small grassroots ecological conservation organization hosting a research and education center in the hills of Belize. The TREES field station and research and education center functions as a wildlife ecology research and education center, focusing on tropical ecology research and post-secondary education.

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Birding In The Jungle | Migratory Birds in Belize
Birding, banding and jamming on this jungle vlog exploring Belize permaculture, polyculture, and jungle farming. Today's slices of life on a tropical farm includes tropical bird banding with our neighbors T.R.E.E.S Belize, Toucan Ridge Ecology & Education Society, a conservation ecological organization doing tropical ecological research and offering ecology internships and wildlife biology internships. We are banding birds and netting birds identifying these migrant birds: Red-Eyed Vireos, Summer Tanager, Red-Legged Honey Creeper, Blue-Grey Tanager and the Golden Hooded Tanager, all birds of Belize.

Then harvesting some Surinam cherries, mulberries and cashew harvest before we diving into jam making and our newest family member a Kangal dog.

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Birds of Belize with Mat Charette
On today's episode of Conservation Conversations we talk with Mat Charette of Toucan Ridge Ecology and Education society or TREES! T.R.E.E.S is a small grassroots ecological conservation organization hosting a research and education center in the hills of Belize. The TREES field station and research and education center functions as a wildlife ecology research and education center, focusing on tropical ecology research and post-secondary education. Mat and his partners started the Toucan Ridge Bird Observatory, a research banding station aimed to answer questions about the birds of Belize and migratory birds of the Americas.


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