We periodically invite people down to help us with our trail camera work. It is a great way for us to meet new wildlife conscientious people, spread awareness about our work, let people get hands on experience with trail cameras, and get new ideas from a new set of eyes!
You will travel through a range of habitats from lowland scrub brush to mayan mountains to lush dense jungle.
Experience being a field researcher during your trip. You will hike tropical jungles, walk through wild grasslands, learn how to use and maintain trail cameras, learn best places to set up trail camera stations, view trail camera images and learn how to analyze the data.
Our partner Sipriano Canti also has a Belize tourism license and he will teach you all about the Belizean culture and flora and fauna. He is a wealth of knowledge and keeps our hikes very interesting!
To say thank you for all of your hard work we offer a day trip to a tourist attraction at the end of our trip. It could be a visit to an ancient mayan ruin, a day of snorkeling in the caribbean ocean or something else just as exciting!
The research facilities we stay at are rustic but nice. We have brought groups to TREES, BFREE and the Belize Zoo TEC Center. All have hiking trails and amazing views!
Throughout our trip you will be introduced to the local food and you might even be able to walk around a local village if time allows.