Belize Photo of the Day: Birdwatching at Chaa Creek
Today’s Belize photo of the day is Birdwatching at Chaa Creek. Today’s photo focuses of one of the many fabulous and adventurous onsite activities offered at Chaa Creek – our ” Early morning bird walk“. Starting at 6:30am, a naturalist guide takes guests on an hour and a half of unforgettable birding experience.
With 300 species of resident and migratory birds, our 365 acre private nature reserve offers some of the best birding in Belize. Birders get the opportunity to spot some of the most beautiful tropical species including Blue-Crowned Motmot, Keel-billed Toucan, Black-headed Trogan, Slaty-tail Trogon, Flycatchers, Warblers, and Tanagers as well as many more numerous exotic species.
We would also like to share with you that in today’s picture you can observe a new naturalist guide in training named Jorge. He is the individual to the far left wearing a pair of gray long pants. Let’s welcome him to Chaa Creek’s 130 plus staff.
Photo submitted by Naturalist Guide: Brion Young
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