Orange Walk environmental crisis
In the Orange Walk District, there are two major environmental issues that pose long-term heath risks to area residents, but the Department of the Environment appears to have fallen asleep at the helm, and is not leading the charge to address these two critical issues.
The New River that has been a source of sustenance and economic activity for many Orange Walk families is dangerously polluted, and water in the New River continues to change its color, as the river seems to be struggling to stay alive.
NICH to standardize the Belizean flag
One of the leading and oldest and most important symbols of Belize’s Independence has been our national flag.
However, after its conception, it would appear that the flag’s design has undergone just as many changes as the country since the proclamation of our independence thirty-eight years ago. The National Institute of Culture and History (NICH) decided that the inconsistency should be addressed and held a press conference at the Marion Jones Sports Complex to discuss their plans to standardize the Belizean Flag.
Allison Cuthkelvin, 34, a laborer of Tibruce Street, has been given a 3-year jail sentence for burglary and handling stolen goods. Police found him in the ceiling of a house with a microwave oven valued at about $250, and they arrested him and charged him for the offenses.
Cuthkelvin was taken yesterday to the Belize City Magistrate’s Court, where he pleaded guilty. Chief Magistrate Sharon Fraser accepted the guilty plea.
According to court reports, Cuthkelvin, who was unrepresented at his trial, told the Chief Magistrate that he is a good man who made a mistake and he believed he deserved a second chance.
Tourism lifts Belize’s sagging economy
The Statistical Institute (SIB) of Belize reported that the total goods and services produced by our country between April and June 2019 was down 0.8% compared to the same period last year; the numbers show that the main engines of our economy were down significantly more than that. Sugarcane deliveries were down, 4.7%; citrus production was down, 33.8%; marine exports were down, 5.3% ; electricity generation was down, 22.4% ; manufacturing was down, 3%; and construction was down, 21.9%, during the period.
The big driver of the economy at this time, tourism, did not slow down during the period, however. A significant 5.5% increase in tourist arrivals helped offset the less than stellar performances in the areas mentioned.
PUP urges House Speaker to sanction macebearer, Brian “Yellow Man” Audinette
On Friday, August 16, the House of Representatives Sergeant at Arms (Macebearer), Brian “Yellow Man” Audinette, was openly aggressive in his speech and behavior toward the People’s United Party Dangriga standard bearer and newly designated Senator, Dr. Louis Zabaneh, inside the House of Representatives, which was in session, but had taken a brief recess.
Additionally, when the session of the House resumed, from his seat, Sergeant at Arms Audinette was videotaped making certain gestures at Dr. Zabaneh, who was in the public gallery of the House. During the initial contact, Audinette had accused Zabaneh’s family of being land thieves.
Domestic exports for July 2019 up 44.1% over July 2018
Belize’s domestic exports for July 2019 increased by 44.1% over July 2018, thanks to a significant jump in earnings from sugar, a doubling in revenues from RK beans exports, and a small boost in earnings from marine products. Earnings from sugar in July 2018 was $12.1 million and that bumped up to $22.4 million in July 2019, an increase of $10.3 million; there was an increase in exports of lobster tails, and this pushed earnings from marine exports up, from $3.6 million in July of 2018 to $4.3 million in July 2019, and earnings from RK beans was $1.8 million, up from $0.9 million.
Cricket Corner – Wicked 11 tied the match series and told BDF, “Give us back the slice of cake. We will play for the whole one next week.”
Wonderful time of the day to all!
Under the auspices of the Belize National Cricket Association (BNCA), the Barry Bowen/ Harrison Parks 2019 Cricket Competition continued on Saturday with game 2 of the finals at Flowers Bank, where the home team Wicked 11 defeated BDF and tied the match series at 1 game apiece.
It was a do-or-die, for the Wicked boys. But, as I have stated earlier, these boys know how to defend their turf; and they did it with ease. BDF won the toss and gave Wicked 11 the opportunity to bat first.
Kulture Yabra, back-to-back National Over-40 Football Champions
San Pedro Veterans came to play, but Kulture Yabra was just too much for the visitors from San Pedro, adding a 4-nil win to last week’s 6-0 score at the island, for an aggregate 10-0 in the championship finals of the 2019 National Over-40 Football Tournament. The game was competitive for the first half hour, but then Kulture star strikers took control, with goal coming from Kevin Rowland (31’ & 61’), David “Manu” McCaulay (38’) and Albert “Chicken” Arnold (56’), for the 4-nil final score.
FFB President Sergio Chuc was on hand for the post-game award ceremony, where he was accompanied by special guest, 1975-76 Belize City MVP, Michael “Suffudge” Rushford, who is visiting from New York.
Corozal Basketball Quadrangular
On Saturday, August 24, we hosted a Basketball Quadrangular in Corozal Town at the Civic Center, starting at 10:00 a.m. and finishing at 4:30 p.m.
Participating teams were: Cayo Sacred Heart, Orange Walk Rebels, Corozal, and University of Uqroo (Chetumal).
In game one, Sacred Heart Cayo defeated Orange Walk, 37-27.
Dangriga sports stats – PLB Week 6, Stann Creek District Southern Derby at Carl Ramos Stadium – Wagiya vs Placencia Assassins
Here are the results from Week 5 games in the Dangriga Basketball Association (DBA) U-23 Summer Bounce Tournament, which were played at the Russell Chiste Garcia Auditorium on Friday and Saturday, August 23 and 24.
Hopkins Assassins remains the tournament’s top-ranked team, and is followed by Harlem Shockers, with Independence Young Generals, New Site Raiders and Ghans Vipers rounding out the Top Five.
Editorial: Little rain; stagnant, polluted rivers; dengue
On the environment and health fronts, it has not been a good year. We are a little past halfway through 2019 and we are in a drought that’s beginning to compare with 1975: at least two of our rivers have never been this unhealthy, and we are in the middle of a frightening dengue outbreak. We are also in the midst of making final preparations for that time of year, our nervous annual storm watching season. We normally don’t look favorably at weather systems coming off the west coast of Africa, but this year we might welcome a storm, if it doesn’t reach Category 1, and if it throws some, not too much, water our way.
The big drought of 1975 drove a lot of small farmers backward because, at the encouragement of the Marketing Board and the Ministry of Agriculture, they had taken loans from the DFC to expand their farms using improved technology.
From The Publisher
I guess I always thought that Vance Vernon, like his younger brother, Lennox, had gone on to St. John’s College Sixth Form with our class in January of 1964, but not so. Vance and Lennox had come from Punta Gorda to join our S.J.C. high school class of ’63 when the 1962/63 school year began, June or July of ’62.
This is a long, long time ago, and it was just before the Government of Belize suddenly and arbitrarily changed the Belize school year so that it coincided with that of the United States. Hence, beginning in 1964, Belize’s summer holidays became what they are today – July, August, whereas it had always been April/May.
Amandala still got soul!
Roberta Flack’s “The first time ever I saw your face” sailed up to #1 on America’s Billboard Top 100 hits in 1972.
This song, along with the hits of many other Black artists of that time, helped to define the “Soul Era”. This was a time when wars, oppression, discrimination and mental barriers around the world were still rife and had to be torn down through music, arts and the written word.
In fact, many of the human rights and privileges this present generation enjoys were fought for during that era; sometimes in bloody riots. No matter how you chose to fight the establishment back then, it was done with heart and “soul”.
Fires in Amazon forest “under control,” says Brazil’s Ambassador to Belize
With reference to the article of BBC reproduced by Amandala last 23rd August, entitled “Amazon fires: ‘Our house is burning’, Macron warns ahead of G7″, may I update you and the readers of your newspaper on the evolution of the situation and on the measures that are being undertaken by the Brazilian government to tackle the challenge of the fires in the Amazon region.
According to satellite images from the Amazon Protection System (Sipam) of the Ministry of Defense, from Saturday (24th) to Monday (26th) there has been a reduction in the number of areas affected by fires in the Legal Amazon. The Sipam satellite identifies the most critical areas affected by fire spots. The system helps to guide teams on the ground.
All politicians really want is power
According to Niccolò Machavelli, a 16th century political philosopher (scientist), “the primary object of a politician or any member of the ruling elite, is always the same — to cement, to augment and to increase their power”.
It is not that politicians don’t do good, but they take action mainly to gain power. All the sociological and historical evidence support my hypothesis. Politicians address poverty not to necessarily decrease or increase it, but to get power and privilege.
Romel Cuello writes on his trip to the West
I left my turf in the northern districts the past weekend of August 18, and took a peep at the West. Man, it’s gorgeous out there. From Belmopan to Benque you can see the development in infrastructure.
Only thing bothersome, whenever you make a modern road you have to allow for paved shoulders with traffic lanes’ lines properly painted, or cyclists and pedestrians are in serious trouble. This is one of the reasons, along with alcohol consumption, for the carnage on the highways.
Joshua Perdomo’s write-off indicative of cronyism and poor governance
I would like to think that I learnt a lot of principles and ethics and good things from my teachers, and having gone to mostly Catholic schools enabled me to meet those who piously professed the faith and who were persons I believed I could trust and look up to. There are people I never forget and teachers I will always remember, and for sure there are “religious” leaders that I hold at a Biblical standard. Carlos Perdomo and his wife Michelle Perdomo are two such people. It is important to me to tell this story because I met both these persons in my formative years at St. John’s Sixth Form and I also interacted with them tremendously through Saint Joseph Church, Belize City, which I then attended.
MSG hell, it’s RD (rat droppings)
The way the story goes, there was a wild alarm out last weekend that, if interpreted right, meant for us to immediately desist, stop eating at Chinese restaurants. The exposé was that our public health officials had gone to enjoy some fabulous food, where the nicest food is made, and while there they decided to kill two birds with one stone, satisfy the belly and do their jobs too, and while on the second purpose they found the carcasses of puss and dogs in freezers, and rat droppings about. They immediately sent out the alert.
Many people were shocked about the report, and very surprised by the blanket condemnation, the call for all the establishments to be avoided, so they waited for the weekend to pass before acting on the information.
MORE TOMORROW VILLAGE, LAND REFORM & FOOD SECURITY INITIATIVES IN BELIZE!
The 1980s and 1990s Belize Rural Economic Development of Agriculture through Alliance (BREDAA) work in the More Tomorrow village of Belize Cayo District was aimed to implement youth agricultural development programs as a means of establishing a food security program for Belize’s marginalized and disenfranchised young people across the country, particularly Belize City’s black young men who were being displaced by an insidious so-called war on drugs and an expansive, United Nations-sponsored, Central American refugee land grab that had made them second-class citizens in their own country; that had no land and therefore no birthright to the country as natural born Belizean citizens.
Woman bites off portion of would-be rapist’s lip
A would-be rapist is now without a portion of his lip after the woman, 46, whom he was trying to rape bit his lip when he tried to kiss her.
The would-be rapist quickly released her and she ran into her house, escaping from him. The woman’s son, 18, who was at home, quickly called police, and the would-be rapist was found and arrested.
Jorge Galindo, 33, arrested for shooting Nelson Flores, 42, and his daughter, 12
Police said that they have charged Jorge Galindo, 33, a laborer of Perez Street, Santa Elena, with the murder of Nelson Flores, 42, and attempted murder of his daughter, 12.
At about 9:00 Sunday night, Flores, a laborer of Trapiche, Santa Elena, was at home with his family, who were in different areas of the house, when a man drove up on a motorcycle, ran through the back of the yard and into the house, and shot Flores in his chest and head.
Canadian weed grower to pay $13,000 fine, or spend 4 years in jail
Fifty-two cannabis seedlings, a number of cannabis plants in pots, and cannabis plants ranging from 1 foot to 6 feet tall were found by police officers who carried out an anti-drug operation at the home of Martin Meredith, 64, a Canadian now living in Sarteneja, on Monday.
All the plants were taken and deposited as exhibits, and Meredith was arrested and charged with drug cultivation and possession of a drug with intent to distribute to others.
Serial arsonist on the rampage again in Punta Gorda
Two vehicles and a thatched building were destroyed by fire in Punta Gorda recently, and the Punta Gorda Fire Service and police who are investigating the incidents have declared that arson was the cause of those fires.
The PG Fire Service said that at about 12:30 Friday morning they were called to Periwinkle Street, where they saw a yellow two-door car engulfed in flames.
Another Serious Accident – RTA On The George Price Hwy.
There was a serious accident on the George Price Hwy. in which at least 5 people were injured. Details about those injured were not available at the time of this news posting.
Is Local Butane Monopoly Really Local?
Among several motions passed in the last sitting of the House of Representatives, a controversial bill to establish a new national butane company was introduced, causing many in civil society and the private sector to issue harsh criticism on the decision and question the circumstances of the new company...
RTA On The Southern Hwy. – Motorcyclist Dead
A mechanic from Punta Gorda Town is dead after he lost control of his motorcycle on the Southern Highway. This afternoon around 2:00 Police were called to an area between miles 63 and 64 on the Southern Hwy...
Cayo Cops Catch Flores’ Alleged Killer
San Ignacio Police have made an arrest for the weekend murder of Santa Elena resident Nelson Flores and the near-fatal shooting of his twelve-year-old daughter inside their home...
Editorial – Friday August 30th. 2019
The Belize New River is a precious Belizean heritage, special in many ways. It is a slow-moving stream whose headwaters do not come from a mountain source like most rivers, but from a large fresh water lake known as the New River Lagoon, the largest inland concentration of fresh water in the country...
Forgiveness Is Not For Everyone !
By: Dr. Abigail Joseph.
As a child growing up I always felt as if everyone was rooting for the other team. I was always in the wrong. It felt as if there was nothing that I did that was ever good enough...
Attorney’s Legal Maneuvers To Avoid Prosecution
The Reporter has confirmed that attorney Oscar Selgado has applied for a variation of his bail conditions. On July 15 Selgado was arriagned for Abetment of Murder, based on allegations that he paid a man to kill somebody...
Accident At Haulover Bridge, Man Dead
A early morning accident at the Haulover Bridge has claimed the
The Reporter has confirmed that the accident occurred sometime around 3:00am, this morning (August 30th) at the approach to the Haulover Bridge...
Senators debate the Natural Disaster Loan Motion
Once the swearing-in and formalities were over, the Senate got down to business. In today’s session, among the different motions discussed was the contingent loan for natural disasters emergencies from the Inter-American Development Bank. The loan would be for ten million US dollars earmarked for the execution of a project to alleviate the impact of …
Shyne Barrow Distributes Schoolbags to less Fortunate
Shyne Barrow, Mesopotamia’s UDP Standard Bearer, held a school bag distribution event this morning for the constituents. This is the fifth annual school bag distribution being done by Barrow. Shyne Barrow, UDP Mesopotamia Standard Bearer: “This is my fifth annual Mesopotamia Schoolbag distribution. When I started working in the community with my aspirations to represent …
YWCA receives Tablet Donations for Preschoolers
The Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) pre-school received forty brand new tablets from the Tri-County Black Chamber of Commerce located in Houston, Texas. The tablets will advance the pre-schoolers into digital learning. Nicole Curette, member of Tri-County Black Chamber of Commerce shared how YWCA connected with the organization to make the donation possible. Nicole Curette, …
Two acquitted for drug trafficking
After 2 years of awaiting trial for drug trafficking, Pastor Mark Humes and 18-year-old Michael Nugen were acquitted of the charge of drug trafficking over 10 pounds of weed. The trial, which was part-heard continued yesterday in the late evening and this morning, a ruling was handed down by Magistrate Michelle Trapp in which she outlined …
Man finds himself in trouble with the law while on holiday
A Carnival cruiser from Yonkers, New York was convicted for assaulting a police officer whilst on vacation with his family in Belize. Late yesterday evening, 39-year-old, Brian Keith Gibbs pleaded guilty to assault. The assault stems from a misunderstanding at Terminal 1 located at the Tourism Police Unit, Fort Street in Belize City. Gibbs begged …
Importance of Diabetes awareness
Diabetes Awareness needs to remain constant and that is what the association is working towards. Cayo Correspondent, Fem Cruz has the story. Fem Cruz, Reporter: The Belize Diabetes Association and the Belize National Diabetes Selfcare program along with a medical group from Columbus University School of Medicine are presently on a two week outreach called …
Belmopan receives garbage truck donation
The Government of Japan has granted the request of a compact garbage truck to the Belmopan City Council. The process began over two years ago when Mayor Khalid Belisle submitted the request. Cayo Correspondent, Pauline Soberanis-Tillett was at the handing over this morning at Belmopan’s City Hall. Here is her report. Mayor Khalid Belisle was …
Ministry of Natural Resources launches BNSDI website and geoportal
The Ministry of Natural Resources has launched a platform that will make land information accessible on a national level. Reporter Johnelle McKenzie has the story. This morning the Ministry of Natural Resources launched a platform to make geographic information more readily accessible. The Belize National Spatial Data Infrastructure website and geoportal will be used as …
Will $40K Write off hurt UDP at the polls?
Yesterday, the Public Service Union expressed its outrage at the write off of over forty thousand dollars owed by Joshua Perdomo, the son of Cabinet Secretary, Carlos Perdomo to the government. Tonight, the National Trade Union Congress of Belize spoke on the situation and how they feel the matter can be handled. Marvin Mora, President, …
Imports up 15.6%, Domestic Exports up 44.1% for July
During the month of July 2019, imported goods were up by 15.6 percent, a total value of $191.4 million from $165.6 million imported in July 2018. For the first seven months of 2019, merchandise imports amounted to $1.1 billion, increasing by 3.9 percent or $43 million from the same period last year. Tiffany Vasquez, Statistician …
Breaking Belize News
Cyclist Nissan Arana suspended for 4 years for anti-doping violation
The Cycling Federation of Belize today issued a statement saying that it received official information […]
Who will benefit from gas nationalization?
The future National LPG Company (NLPGC) will be Government-owned in a quarter century. That is […]
Belize among hardest hit by drought in the region; Here are 10 helpful tips to conserve water
Belize is experiencing warm weather and with the on-going drought, our crops are suffering. Farmers […]
Dorian, now a major Hurricane poses threat to Florida and Bahamas
Hurricane Dorian is now a Category 3 Hurricane and is headed for Florida and the […]
2 Belizean Youth Leaders to attend UN Youth Climate Summit in New York
Belizean youth leader, Dominique Noralez was recently accepted to attend the first ever United Nations (UN) […]
Belize Brain Awareness Society offering free screening for autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
The Belize Brain Awareness Society (BBAS) is offering free screening for autism and attention deficit […]
Debate continues on Sarteneja Road
The battle lines are drawn as to the Corozal-Sarteneja road to be funded by the […]
Orange Walk ‘Chatta’s’ win National Belikin 8 ball finals
The 22nd Annual National Belikin 8 ball billiards tournament concluded over the weekend at the […]
Head of British Diplomatic Service to engage in Marine Litter Beach Clean-Up
A beach marine litter survey and clean-up will be held on Sunday, September 1, 2019 […]
Senate welcomes three new members and debates various motions and bills
The Upper House is currently meeting in the National Assembly, Belmopan, with three new members. […]
Head of British Diplomatic Service arrives in Belize
The Head of British Diplomatic Service, Sir Simon McDonald has arrived in Belize as part […]
Taiwan’s Transportation Minister makes call to support Taiwan at International Aviation Assembly
Taiwan is seeking international support for its participation in the 40th Triennial Assembly being hosted […]
Hot day, little wind expected
The weather forecast, prepared by the National Meteorological Service of Belize, says that today is […]
Azael Sansores, 27, missing in Corozal
The family of Louisville resident, Azael Sansores, 27, are concerned about his whereabouts. Sansores was […]
One dead in accident near Haulover bridge
Rasheed Pollard, better known as, ‘Fresh’ was heading home in the wee hours this morning. […]
The Eco-Marketplace Expo and Conservation Issue Launch
On August 28, 2019, Caribbean Culture and Lifestyle held a magazine launch at the Best Western Plus, Belize Biltmore Plaza for the release of its 7th Issue: The Conservation Issue. This new issue takes readers on an Eco-friendly Adventure around Belize. The magazine, highlighting conservation, sustainability and eco-trends throughout Belize, became available in both print and online.
The day started off with the reveal of the Conservation Issue which took place at 10 am at the Belize Biltmore Plaza. The seats were filled with invited guests anticipating the reveal of the cover. Kyle Montero, an outreach program assistant at Oceana, was the master of ceremonies who introduced the first speaker, Mrs. Tanya McNab Fields, creative director of McNab Visual Strategies.
BURNING OF GARBAGE IS PROHIBITED
The Department of the Environment (DOE) has been receiving increased reports of the burning of household garbage in both urban and rural areas. This prevalent but harmful practice greatly reduces the air quality for residents and threatens life and property from fires, especially around this time of the year due to the dry season.
The burning of garbage emits invisible but harmful substances into the air that is breathed in by people, including vulnerable persons, such as the elderly, babies and those suffering from respiratory diseases. The DOE is calling on all persons to cease from burning garbage, whether in towns, cities or villages, in order to maintain air quality for all residents.
FOOTBALL ACTION - CFA invites you for tomorrows game. Corozal All Stars vs Belmopan Selection U17 Male
It all happens at the Ricalde Stadium @ 3:00 pm. Come and support our selection.
Simone Biles' brother has been charged in a Cleveland triple slaying
The brother of Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles has been arrested and charged in a New Year's Eve shooting in Ohio that killed three people.
Tevin Biles-Thomas is charged with murder, voluntary manslaughter, felonious assault and perjury in a December 31, 2018, fatal shooting in Cleveland. The charges were announced in a joint statement from Cleveland Police and the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office.
Copal Tree Lodgewins Agro-Tourism award
Congratulations to Copal Tree Lodge, a Muy’Ono Resort, for winning the Agro-Tourism award at this year's CTO’s Caribbean Conference on Sustainable Tourism Development!
The award recognises a business that offers an agro-tourism product incorporating elements of food/agriculture production, culinary output and visitor experience.
THE 5 BEST LUXURY FISHING VACATIONS
For an activity that involves worms, hours of waiting and trying to grab a slimy fish with your hands, it may not seem likely that anyone could connect luxury and fishing together, but alas, it is quite possible indeed.
Whether you’re a pro angler or someone who is just getting into it as a hobby, many people have made fishing part of their adventure vacations or destination vacations. Not only is it a great way to see the world, but also a way to catch a bunch of fish you may not have had the chance of fishing for earlier.
Head down to warm waters and check out Belize. This tiny Central American country is home to some of the best fishing in the area. Visitors often head to Belize in search of bonefish, who are often found paroling the waters away from the white-sand beaches.
Two tries and counting for debutants Nauru
Belize has just been added to Rugby America North, becoming only the fourth non-Caribbean member of the association after Canada, the US and Mexico. A nation of just 360,000, Belize is situated right at the base of Mexico and its southern neighbor, Guatemala, is part of the South American federation.
Why It Matters That Brunch Has Come To Belize
Belize is a country at a crossroads as a result of the recent rise in tourism that seems to demand the tiny Central American country adopt one identity or another. Is it meant to continue the development seen further north on the Yucatan Peninsula, or be an eco-haven in the way Costa Rica is portrayed? Perhaps it’s an undiscovered jewel thirsty for investors that will turn it into the hot new luxury destination, despite the fact that it’s currently lacking in things like chain businesses.
Fortunately the answer to this query is simple: Belize is Belize. As much as developers want to slice through the mangrove and erect hotels in marine reserves to attract an Instagram-friendly audience, that doesn’t change what’s at the heart of this country: a conservation culture, a sixth sense for swindlers, and extraordinarily delicious food.
Ana Cruz Rundraiser, min.
Trailer for the Mexican documentary film: Maize in time of war, 2min. El maíz en tiempos de guerra sigue el curso anual de cuatro milpas indígenas en distintas regiones de México. El largometraje ilustra el excepcional proceso del maíz, la delicadeza para seleccionar la semilla y preparar la tierra que va a recibirla, la tenacidad de sus cuidados, la cosecha al cabo de los meses y los usos vitales de sus frutos.
Channel 5 Obituaries - ANSELMA OBANDO, 2min.
New River in Orange Walk, 1/4min. The videos were taken around noon time. The first and second videos are at the second bridge on the by-pass Corozal/Orange Walk road. The other video is at the toll bridge. The stench at the second bridge was unbearable. Noticeably were some cattle grazing on the river bank and a lurking crocodile. The river is a dark chocolate brown with a layer of grease or foamy substance on top. The contamination problem still persists.
New River today at the toll bridge in Orange Walk, .5min.
NIM LI PUNIT ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE PUNTA GORDA , BELIZE, 10min.
Ya’axché utilize camera traps, 12min. Our Science team at Ya’axché utilize camera traps (field cameras) to monitor mammals within wild places managed by Ya’axché and agroforestry farms located within the Maya Golden Landscape. We have photographed jagaurs, pumas, ocelots, jaguarundis, margays, tapirs, tayras, and even birds.
On set to chat with Sayuri Tzul was Oscar Requena Jr. In the background was Maximiliano Caal. Feel free to share with a wildlife lover.
PKG Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease, 8min.
Belize 2019 30th Wedding Anniversary, 12min.
Day 1 | XXIX Women's National Softball Tournament, 3hr.
Day 1 | XXIX Women's National Softball Tournament, 66min.