Wranglers for Conservation

Wranglers for Conservation – Saving Crocodiles in Belize

San Pedro, Ambergris Caye, Belize: – September 10, 2011 I didn’t come to Belize to fall in love with crocodiles.  I’m from Gainesville, Florida and my allegiance has to be with Gators, right?  Well there is enough love to go around, and I don’t think we have to choose one species over another, not even […]

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Runaway Creek

Runaway Creek, Belize – September 6, 2011 I post this blog on September10th, a kind of independence day for Belize.  Actually this is the first in a month of celebrating independence. Today celebrates Battle of Saint Georges Cay Day when the British buccaneers (slaves, British soldiers, and Bayman) fought the Spanish over the rights to […]

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Recovering at the Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Project

Recovering at the Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Project

This past week I visited the Puerto Rican Parrot Recovery Project.  Jafet Velez-Valentin, the Aviary Manger, graciously hosted my visit, inviting me to spend the night at the aviaries.  By late afternoon I the only human up in the rain forest with clouds swirling around me and the hundred plus birds at the aviary. Except […]

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Good News Haiti - Ricord Iguana

Good News Haiti – Ricord Iguana

We continue to hear dire news out of Haiti. “Nearly nine months after the earthquake, more than a million Haitians still live on the streets between piles of rubble. One reason: Not a cent of the $1.15 billion the U.S. promised for rebuilding has arrived. Meanwhile, deaths in Port-au-Prince are mounting, as quake survivors scramble […]

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