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Big Falls village, Toledo
Am the owner of the Lodge at Big Falls. We specialize in birding and have an excellent guide in Steven Choco, who is also a member of the Belize Bird Records Committee.
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San Ignacio, Cayo
Spanish and English
We love to share our birds and our beautiful country side with our visitors so I am sure you will have a great time with us and leave bird happy.
Blue Hole, laguna Aguacate, Mountain Pine ridge, El Pilar
lovely Cotinga, Orange Breasted falcons,
Spanish, English, Mopan Maya
I was first introduced to birds by Elizabeth Mallory of Manomet Bird Observatory, now Manomet Center for Environmental Sciences; this was in 1989.
From 1991 to 1996 I studied and got my degree in Natural Resources Management from Instituto Tecnologico Forestal in Durango, Mexico. I never stopped birding and I am very familiar with that northwestern corner of Mexico.
In 2000, I returned to my country, studied and obtained a license to guide in Belize; I have been a guide since 2001.
In August of 2004, I became one of the few guides certified to lead tours inside the ATM cave.
In August of 2008, I was part of the International Intern Program held at the Joppa Flats Education Center in Massachusetts; this was part of a program set up by Mass Audubon and the American Birding Association.
In October of 2008, I became certified as a mist netting and bird banding assistant. This one week course was done through the Institute for Bird Populations and the Belize Foundation for Research and Environmental Education.
I have continued during all this time to learn more and to lead birding tours in my country.