Belize Bird Rescue

Belmopan, Belize, Central America
Belize Bird Rescue is a listed Non-governmental Organisation founded in 2004. We operate under license and support from the Government of Belize Forest Department, and are Belize's only multi-species avian rescue and rehabilitation centre.
We are currently not looking for volunteers.

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Rock Farm, Roaring Creek, Cayo District, Belize, Belmopan, Belize.

Other Ways to support us

Pellet parrot food, sunflower seeds, hand-feeding formula, dried chick peas, avian vitamin supplements, old towels and sheets, 1ml and 20ml syringes (no needles), heat pads, parrot toy-making materials (children's craft supplies) give-aways for education programmes like pens, pencils, back-packs, free printing of educational materials,
Shipping address: BF/(Belize Bird Rescue)
3340B Greens Rd STE #450
TX 77032-2369

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

We are the only multi-species rescue, rehabilitation and release centre in the country. We work closely with the Government's Forest Department to control the illegal trade in wild-caught parrots. We have been fully operational since 2006

We work with the Government of Belize and other conservation organisation in education and awareness, rehabilitation, rescue & release, monitoring and protection of all avian species. We assist with the enforcement and application of the ongoing captive parrot licence programme. We provide a rehab for release and sanctuary for confiscated and surrendered (ex-pet) parrots. We hand-raise for release endangered yellowhead chicks identified as 'at risk' by conservation organisations at nest sites. We work with all bird species: passerine, waterbirds, raptors, owls and parrots. From the smallest hummingbird to the largest jabiru stork and everything in between. We provide bird-life conservation education in schools and communities with our outreach booth and in-school presentations. We carry out our own rescues, we have an on-site clinic for non-invasive medical care and we grow our own food (animal and vegetable!)