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Rio Bravo Conservation Area

Belize Animals | Conservation Project: Programme for Belize | World Land Trust

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The kingfisher is found at the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA), a private conservation area owned and held in trust for the people of Belize by Programme for Belize (PfB).

Programme for Belize’s ( PFB ) two eco-tourism sites on the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area offer an exceptional forest experience which combines visitation with environmental education. The quality of PFB’s forest experience is enhanced by our team of dedicated naturalists. Activities at these sites include archeology, birding, hiking, night-spotting, canoeing and even an introduction to local culture through visits to neighboring communities.

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The Peanut-head Bug is found at the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA), a private conservation area owned and held in trust for the people of Belize by Programme for Belize (PfB).

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Spider #Monkeys in the Rio Bravo Conservation Area. #BelizeVacationPackages #SabreWingTravel #ProgramForBelize #LaMilpa

The Crested Eagle is found at the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA), a private conservation area owned and held in trust for the people of Belize by Programme for Belize (PfB).

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BELIZE. Underwater Adventure And Exotic Jungle Hikes. With the world’s second longest barrier reef, Belize is a dream for divers and snorkelers. Stingrays and nurse sharks congregate in Shark-Ray Alley, while Gladden Spit is renowned for whale sharks. Float amid coral gardens at a trio of atolls, ply the depths of the Blue Hole, and splash below waterfalls at Rio on Pools. Back on dry land, you can hit the trails of Rio Bravo Conservation Area and Cockscomb Basin Forest Reserve.

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A father #Coatimundi greets its baby in the #RioBravoConservationArea. #BelizeVacationPackages #SabreWingTravel #ProgramForBelize #LaMilpa

The oriol is found at the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA), a private conservation area owned and held in trust for the people of Belize by Programme for Belize (PfB).

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