Itís rainy season in Belize, and with the effects of nearby Hurricane Eta, who is currently punishing our southern neighbor El Salvador, our last several days have been exceptionally wet. Torrential rain here on Ambergris Caye has left our streets flooded, our shoreline waters angry, and our clotheslines heavy with soaked garments begging for sunshine. We are all feeling a bit soggy, even our resident and migratory feathered friends.
Thereís something cute and comical about wet birds, with disheveled, ruffled feathers and looking mildly annoyed. While some enjoy the opportunity to bathe in the rain, shaking and fluffing the water over their bodies and meticulously preening and grooming from head to toe, others take advantage of flooded areas to forage for tadpoles and other yummies.Click here to read the rest of the article by in the My Beautiful Belize Blog