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A Birder's Guide to Belize

A Birder's Guide to Belize

Bert Frenz

Why bird in Belize? Well, the birds of course. The spectacularly colourful are the first to grab your attention; and it is the appeal of finding another species at every turn in the trail. Belize's scenic beauty, its Mayan history, and its fascinating and elusive wildlife and the dense beautiful jungles are all reasons to visit.

'A Birder's Guide to Belize' covers over 100 sites in detail, with directions, description including trails, conditions, vendors, and facilities such as toilets, accommodations, and exhibits; birding strategy for arranging the visit, finding birds, and optimising time; pointer to appropriate ecoregion (Appendix A); habitat; concerns, such as safety, difficulty, and access; fees, for entrance, tours, or services; contacts, including name, address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail, website; GPS co-ordinates to aid in locating sites; location and directions; map(s) illustrating the directions or the site layout; and a list of key species found at the site. 374 pages.

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