Belize airport and land borders are currently closed.

Rock Farm Guest House is open only to local guests and our internship program is currently suspended.

Any updates will be posted here

We are so sorry and we miss you all!

Always freedom!

Injured

Orphaned

Illegally captive

Conflict

Second chances

Parrots

Raptors

Waterbirds

Forest & Garden birds

Endangered species

Hand-rearing at-risk chicks
Forest Dept licencing program

Mission Statement

To encourage empathy for and awareness of the importance of the preservation of indigenous bird-life by means of education, conservation, enforcement and rehabilitation

How can we help you?

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I found a sick/injured bird

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I found a baby bird

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I need help with a parrot

How can you help us?

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Donate

“Because they are so smart, people want to possess them.

For me, the sight of a parrot living alone, living in a cage, deprived of flight, miserably bored, breaks my heart.

And the parrot’s, too, perhaps."

Dr Jane Goodall

CONTACT

Belize Bird Rescue Avian Rehabilitation Centre & Sanctuary

Rock Farm, Roaring Creek

PO Box 219 Belmopan

Cayo District, Belize

Tel: (+501) 610 0400

email: belizebirdrescue@gmail.com

Founders: Nikki Buxton & Jerry Larder

Non-profit organisation number 13777

NGO registration number 144/2015

Registered Office:

Rock Farm, Roaring Creek, Cayo District, Belize

© 2004 - 2020 Belize Bird Rescue All Rights Reserved

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Baby barn owls

We get complaints of barn owls in roof spaces. People are very superstitious of them and don’t want them in their houses