Birding at Better in Belize

Find out why Belize is for the birds! With over 603 species of birds in Belize, Belize is truly a birder’s paradise! Recent sightings of Better in Belize birds include Black-Cowled Oriole; Collared Aracari; Gartered Trogon; Pale-Billed Woodpecker; Red-throated Ant Tanager; Slaty-Tailed Trogon; Turkey Vulture; and Yellow-Faced Grassquit. If you’re a bird-watcher, your pulse has just quickened. […]

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Meals for Monkeys. Trees for Toucans.

Better in Belize announces Meals for Monkeys/Trees for Toucans Reforestation Project! Better in Belize EcoVillage announces exciting reforestation project “Meals for Monkeys. Trees for Toucans”. Using the moon cycle for planting, we’ll be planting tree seeds that produce food for Monkeys and Toucans. Some of the seeds we’ll be planting for Toucans, Scarlet Macaws, and […]

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Hummingbird Harems: Why Belize Hummingbirds Hum

There’s a reason why Belize hummingbirds hum – they are polygamous. Even in the Bird World, it’s good to be a guy. Hummingbird harems – or leks – are the hippy communes of the bird world. Up to 100 males congregate in the lek colony and carve out their turf – which may simply be […]

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House Hunters News Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE #HouseHuntersOfftheGrid deploys drones in Belize jungle to film #ecohomes in Better in Belize Ecovillage Tune into House Hunters Off the Grid on Sept. 11, 2015 at 10 p.m. ET and Sept. 12, 2015 at 1 a.m. ET SAN IGNACIO, Belize-September 9, 2015-Better in Belize Ecovillage, a 130-acre eco-community in Belize’s Maya Mountains, […]

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