Bird Watching

Birds are Part of US!

Birds are part of our lives. Can you think of a day that went by without seeing or hearing a bird? As many as 587 species of birds have been recorded in Belize, of which approximately 20 % are migrants from North America. Every year new species are being documented. Eight new records were accepted in 2007, including the Crested Caracara, Canada Goose, and Spot-breasted Oriole.

Belize is an ideal setting for bird watchers with many birding hotspots. In addition, six Important Bird Areas have been identified in Belize, of which portions are located within protected areas, including those co-managed by the Belize Audubon Society. Maya Guide Adventures & Jungle Lodge Located only 5 minutes away From St Herman’s Blue hole national park, is a perfect spot for birding, within a 24 acres for lush tropical jungle. You are able to enjoy an early morning guided bird watching.

INTENSITY: Easy

RECOMMENDED AGE
: No age restriction
TIME: 2-3 Hours (approx.)
WHAT TO BRING/WEAR:

  • camera
  • water
  • sturdy shoes
  • sunscreen
  • hat
  • bug spray
  • spotting scope

MIN. # OF PERSONS: 2

PRICE: US $50/per persons