Friends for Conservation and Development (FCD) is the only non–governmental organization with an assertive management presence in the Chiquibul Forest, representing 7.7% of the national territory.
The Green Iguana Conservation Project offers the Adopt an Iguana Program which aims to raise funds to sustain the Project and provide scholarships for local children
Wildtracks is working to protect and conserve endangered species and biodiversity through results-oriented action, species and habitat conservation, education and collaborative partnerships.
The Crocodile Research Coalition (CRC) is a Belize-based nonprofit, established in January 2016, that seeks to preserve crocodiles and their environments throughout Central America and the Caribbean to ensure the long-term sustainability of biodiversity in the region.
ACES is a non-profit organization dedicated to conserving Belize’ critical wetland habitats and protected species, specifically crocodilians.
Tamandua Refuge – Rescue and Rehabilitation center at Caves Branch Jungle Lodge
The Belize Zoo was started in 1983, as a last ditch effort to provide a home for a collection of wild animals which had been used in making documentary films about tropical forests.