ABOUT BWRC

Future Events & Activities

Why not join us at an event/activity? You might learn to identify species in Belize and also get to explore wonderful places in Belize. 

To rescue, and when possible, rehabilitate injured, orphaned, displaced or otherwise imperiled wildlife in cooperation with existing facilities and the Forest Department. To assist the Forest Department in providing health assessments for captive and confiscated wildlife. To provide medical services for wildlife patients in the different existing rescue and rehabilitation centers across Belize and the world. To provide referral services as well as medical and diagnostic equipment for all species.

There is much to be done to improve the current state of animal welfare in Belize and the world. At BWRC, we take multi-facited approaches to educating the public and instilling a strong conservation ethic in Belize’s younger generation. This is done through educational outreach and sensitization through multi-media, visitation in schools and public events, and through visitation to BWRC. We at BWRC hope to improve all animal welfare by positively influencing directing attitudes and beliefs toward animals. In addition to our public outreach, we at BWRC offer courses, professional training workshops, and internships in areas including: Wildlife Medicine and Conservation, Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation, Wildlife Conflict Resolution and species-specific workshops and trainings.

BWRC and it’s educational partner the Wildlife Institute facilitate research and cooperate with researchers in areas including: Population Biology, Conservation Medicine, Wildlife Biology & Parasitology.

BWRC is working in collaboration with the Government of Belize and other national and international wildlife health professionals to develop national guidelines concerning wildlife and human health. BWRC works closely with the Government of Belize on legislation concerning wildlife management guidelines and human-wildlife conflict mitigation procedures. BWRC works with the Government to educate the public about non-lethal conflict resolution.

Chiquibul Challenge Marathon

Learn about the Chiquibul Challenge marathon.

1st Virtual BWRC Gala Fall Fundraiser

We wish we could see you in real life, but for now it will have to be Facebook LIVE. Learn more

Wildlife Emergency ? Call us now on our hotline

+501 615-5159
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