Posted: Friday, November 11, 2022. 11:45 am CST.
Photo Credit: BAS
By Rubén Morales Iglesias: The Belize Audubon Society (BAS) has recognized the volunteer work done by BAS member Sarah Cover who joined the cleaning crew at Guanacaste Park in Roaring Creek-Belmopan who are cleaning the reserve that was hard hit by Hurricane Lisa last week Wednesday.
“Sarah Cover recently became a member of the Belize Audubon Society. While we don’t ask members to participate in our hurricane cleanup, Sarah requested to volunteer,” said the Belize Audubon Society in a social media post.
“She reached out to the workers at Guanacaste National Park as she realized there was a lot of debris on the trails. We send our gratitude to Sarah and hope she returns soon with her family and friends just to enjoy the cave, go tubing or relax at the Blue Hole.”
Like Sarah there have been many men and women who have volunteered to help in the recovery efforts and organizations like the BAS have recognized their efforts.
The BAS has also given recognition to the four 4 Belize Coast Guard men stationed on at Half Moon Caye, their rangers and staff, and their other rangers and staff at the other parks they manage in the country, for their contribution to the recovery efforts.
The BAS took the opportunity to invite others to join the society.
“To learn more about the benefits of being a member of the Belize Audubon Society, email [email protected].”
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