Finding Harmony Between Livestock Farmers and Jaguars

Living with Jaguars Jaguars are one of five cat species in Belize and are an important part of the ecosystem, as well as a draw for the tourism industry. As more forest habitat is converted for agricultural activities and community development, clashes between people and the forest’s apex predator become more frequent. As part of […]

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Marchilio Ack receives James A. Waight Award

Recognition for our Protected Areas Manager On February 16th 2017, Marchilio “Moon” Ack was recognized at a ceremony where he received the prestigious James A. Waight Award for his incredible work in conservation. The award commemorates the birthday of The Belize Audubon Society’s first president – James A. Waight (1907-1999) and is bestowed upon deserving individuals […]

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