[Linked Image]Tony Rath is a distinguished photojournalist and wildlife photographer who has spent the last 30+ years exploring and documenting the peaks and depths of Belize, a Caribbean country in Central America. Through his skills as a photographer and writer, Tony contributes to the efforts of many Belizean Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in pursuit of charity, wildlife conservation, and environmental protection.

Most recently, Tony's large stock of images directly contributed to the official protection of over 240,000 Belizean acres surrounding the endangered Cara Blanca Pools. An area once affected by significant deforestation and illegal hunting, these 240,000 acres are now known as the Belize Maya Forest-Belize's newest protected area.

Having recently moved from Belize to London with his wife Therese (Belize's High Commissioner to the United Kingdom and Ireland), Tony still finds himself deeply ingrained in Belizean culture. Through his continued involvement with NGOs, independent projects, and partnership with Untamed Photographer, this professional photojournalist continues to promote conservation efforts within and surrounding Belize.

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