Learn About Belize

Learn About Belize

Explore the articles below on the science and culture of Belize to prepare you for your next EdVenture!

What the Maya Forest Corridor Means for Belize’s Jaguars – And Ourselves

Once, Jaguars (Panthera onca) roamed thousands of miles of territory, from Argentina to Arizona and even Colorado. Today, their range ...
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Special Screening of Chasing Coral in Belize

JOIN US on Sunday, May 19th at 8 pm for a special screening of the acclaimed documentary Chasing Coral hosted by Inspire EdVentures ...
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Exploring Fire Coral

For divers and snorkelers in the warm, shallow waters of the Caribbean, Fire Coral is a well-known menace. Appearing to ...
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Don’t Just Vacation – Become an Ecotourist!

Everyone’s always talking about how much they need a vacation. They yearn for a nice, peaceful time to forget about ...
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The Coral Reefs of Belize

The Belize Barrier Reef is a system of coral reefs stretching roughly 190 miles (305 kilometers) along the coast of ...
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Leaf Cutter Ants: Farmers of the Forest

Walk through the forests of Belize, and you might spy dozens of small brown ants scurrying across the forest floor, ...
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Jaguar caught on trail camera 2018

Identifying Jaguars By Their Spots

Jaguars once roamed free across the Americas, from the Southwestern United States to the mountains of Argentina and Peru. The ...
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The Other Toucans

The northern emerald toucanet, also called the Mexican emerald toucanet, is a small species of toucan found in southern Mexico ...
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The Wonders of Raptors

Big, yellow eyes are the first thing you notice when you meet Luna, a spectacled owl (Pulsatrix perspicillata) at the ...
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Discovering the Mayans

The rainforest of Central America is one of the most beautiful and ecologically rich locations on the planet, but it ...
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