Posted: Friday, November 11, 2022. 11:03 am CST.
Photo Credit: BAS
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Belize Audubon Society (BAS) has recognized the work done by the Coast Guard, their rangers, and for recovery efforts at Half Moon Caye which was affected by Hurricane Lisa.
“The 4 Belize Coastguard men stationed on the island along with our rangers and staff have cleaned up the island from debris that washed ashore as well as from downed trees that fell onto paths and trails,” said the BAS in a social media post on Tuesday.
“We received our first visitors since the storm on Monday and they had a good experience at the Blue Hole Natural Monument.”
The BAS said that night, the people on the island would have a good view of the full moon.
“It is a night that the view will be incomparable for the people stationed at Half Moon Caye as they will have a clean island and view on their second home. BAS thanks all of them for their dedication to the organization and conservation,” the BAS said.
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