Belize Audubon Society Visits Ka’ana

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Greenish Elaenia “Myiopagis Viridicata”

Are you interested in Bird Watching? If so, grab your binoculars because Belize is the ideal setting since its cayes (pronounced keys; meaning islands), coastal plains, savannahs, tropical forests, and wetlands offer a myriad of natural habitats to diverse birds.

White-Eyed Vireo “Vireo Griseus”

The Belize Audubon Society – the country’s foremost environmental organization since 1969 – visited Ka’ana at the beginning of this year. Dedicated to creating a balance between Belizeans and their surrounding, they reported over sixty (60) species of birds throughout  our property. Below is the checklist of birds recorded.

1.) Greenish Eleania          2.) White-Eyed Vireo

3.) White-Tipped Dove          4.) Wood Thrush

5.) Yellow-Olive Flycatcher          6.) Yellow-Bellied Eleania

7.) Scrub Euphonia          8.) Common Yellowthroat

9.) Chestnut-Sided Warbler          10.) Blue-Winged Warbler

11.) Lesser Greenlet          12.) Montezuma Oropendula

13.) Black Vulture          14.) Grey-Necked Wood Rail

15.) Yellow-Throated Vireo          16.) Black-Cowled Oriole

17.) Summer Tanager          18.) Rose-Throated Becard

19.) Yellow-Billed Cacique          20.) White-Collared Seedeater

21.) Groove-Billed Ani          22.) Blue-Black Grosbeak

23.) Black-Headed Saltator          24.) Great Kiskadee

25.) Social Flycatcher          26.) Blue-Grey Tanager

27.) Road-Side Hawk          28.) Yellow Warbler

29.) Northern Waterthrush          30.) Olive-Throated Parakeet

31.) Spot-Breasted Wren          32.) Orchard Oriole

33.) Baltimore Oriole          34.) Red-Billed Pigeon

35.) Clay-Colored Thrush          36.) Rufous-Tailed Hummingbird

37.) Great-Tailed Grackle          38.) Ruddy-Ground Dove

39.) Golden-Fronted Woodpecker          40.) Melodious Blackbird

41.) Masked Tityra          42.) Common-Tody Flycatcher

43.) White-Fronted Parrot          44.) Tropical Peewee

45.) Blue-Crowned Motmot          46.) Tropical Mockingbird

47.) Couch’s Kingbird          48.) Tropical Kingbird

49.) Yellow-Winged Tanager          50.) Yellow-Throated Euphonia

51.) Cattle Egret          52.) Lesser-Swallow-Tailed Swift

53.) Killdeer          54.) Common Pauraque

55.) Brown Jay          56.) Vermillion Flycatcher

57.) Bronzed Cowbird          58.) Thrush-Like Schiffornis

59.) Blue-Ground Dove          60.) Blue-Black Grassquit

61.) American Redstart          62.) Hooded Warbler

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