May 27, 2024

Friends for Conservation and Development discuss human impacts on forests with students in Toledo

Through a dynamic 45-minute “Healthy Forest, Healthy People, Healthy Community,” presentation, students learned about:
May 26, 2024
Chris Summers

Founder of Aces Wildlife Rescue in Belize passes away unexpectedly

Summers was a well-known figure in Belize's conservation community, dedicating his life to protecting the country's unique biodiversity. Aces Wildlife Rescue, under his leadership, became a [...]
May 24, 2024

Ya’axché Rangers battle raging fires in Southern Belize

The Ya’axché Conservation Trust noted that for the last 10 days, Ya’axché Rangers, partners and program staff have been working tirelessly to control raging fires in [...]
May 24, 2024

Hydroelectric dams near empty, potential blackouts again?

Andrew Marshalleck, Chairman of BEL, confirmed that the Fortis Dams in the Cayo District, which contribute nearly 50 megawatts of power to the national grid, are [...]
May 23, 2024

Belize Audubon Society: Forest Fires contained at Guanacaste National Park

On Wednesday, the blaze began prompting an extensive response from park rangers and firefighting teams.
May 22, 2024

Belize’s wildlife seeks refuge amidst fires and drought

The Belize Wildlife & Referral Clinic (BWRC) has reported a surge in heartbreaking incidents, including the death of a mother opossum and her young, attacked by [...]
May 20, 2024

Wildfires claim Cadenas BDF post, Maya farm lands across central Toledo District

Deputy Commander of the Belize Defence Force, Colonel Anthony Velasquez told Channel 5 News tonight, Monday, soldiers began evacuating due to intense smoke. From the recently [...]
May 20, 2024

Closure of Queen Conch fishing season

The Belize Fisheries Department hereby informs all fishers and the public that, in accordance with Statutory Instrument No. 54 of 2012, the Honourable Andre Perez, Minister [...]