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Programme for Belize

Staging site

*THIS IS THE STAGING SITE*

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Belize is a tiny country squeezed between the Caribbean Sea, Mexico and Guatemala. It covers an area of only 8800 square miles, about the size of Wales. Find out how the WLT protected acres of this paradise for wildlife...

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PfB

Programme for Belize (PfB)


Map of project areas in Belize

Spanning more than 57,600 square miles, the Petén-Veracruz Moist Forests run from southern mexico, through northern Guatemala and cover most of Belize. Due to its highly productive soils, much of the area has been lost to agriculture, with only eight percent of the original habitat estimated to remain

Rio Bravo

The Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (Rio Bravo) is Belize’s most biologically diverse protected area, and covers around four per cent of the country’s total land mass.

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