Discover Fascinating Birds with our Belize Birding Tours
With over 350 resident and migratory birds and a team of Belize’s most experienced birding guides on hand, the Belize Rainforest Retreatat Chaa Creek is a birding paradise. Belize’s temperate climate and richly diverse environment provide habitats for some 605 native and migratory bird species, and our specialised birding guides know where, when and how to find them. Miles of well-maintained trails crisscrossing the protected rainforest within Chaa Creek’s 400-acre private nature reserve give experienced birders and novices alike unparalleled opportunities to observe this amazing variety of birds, their nests and habits. It’s no wonder the Foundation for Wildlife Conservation and the Zoological Society of Milwaukee selected Chaa Creek as one of the Belizean sites for their years long Birds Without Borders project, providing a wealth of information and hands-on training for our own birding guides. The Chaa Creek nature reserve is also listed as a Birding Hotspot on eBird.
Some Belize Birds you may see on this tour:
Keel-Billed Toucan (Ramphastos sulfuratus)
Blue-Crowned Motmot (Motmotus motmota)
Ferruginous Pygmy Owl
Bare Throated Tiger-Heron
A variety of offsite Birding Tours are also available:
Laguna Aguacate: this freshwater lagoon in the Spanish Lookout area is home to a wide variety of water birds. The surrounding farmlands provide excellent habitat for several species of raptors.
The Blue Hole National Park
Mountain Pine Ridge and Chiquibul Forest Reserves: a home for raptors, macaws, and other rare species
Black Rock Canyon
The Caracol Archaeology Reserve: where the rare and endangered Keel-billed Motmot, has been sighted