Belize Raptor Center’s goal is to increase knowledge of raptors and there by lower human incident conflicts such as shooting, poaching, poisoning and habitat destruction.
When needed rehabilitation of injured and orphaned birds of prey will be conducted at the onsite facility with the goal of releasing back into the wild.
With our newly received clinic grant we will have a state of the art clinic equipped with X-ray machine, sonogram, all equipment needed for onsite surgery and in house blood work. By accommodating avian veterinarians onsite we will be reducing the need to transport for x rays, surgery and blood work.
A huge plus for the country! As the only specialized bird of prey rehabilitation center in the country we strive to continuously learn and increase our knowledge with up to date training.
Birds of prey that are non-releasable and show a willingness to be an ambassador for their species will be given permanent sanctuary at Belize Raptor Center and considered for use in educational outreach.
Belize Raptor Center provides free interactive presentations to local schools, students will have a once in a lifetime meet and greet with our avian ambassadors, while we teach them what makes a raptor and the services they provide for us.
Belize Raptor Center relies on financial support to fulfill our mission. Supporters can make a charitable donation or sponsor an avian conservation project.