Belize: Taking on Conservation - Conservation projects on Runaway Creek Nature Preserve in Belize have provided a chance for Zoological Society staff to train 22 Belizeans to become conservationists

Conservation projects on Runaway Creek Nature Preserve in Belize have provided a chance for Zoological Society staff to train 22 Belizeans to become conservationists. The preserve is owned by the Foundation for Wildlife Conservation, Inc., a longtime partner with the Zoological Society of Milwaukee. See also the winter 2006 Alive story: Our Belize Connection: How the Zoological Society of Milwaukee has focused on conservation projects in Belize since 1986.

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Animal(s) being conserved/studied: Birds, jaguars, pumas, jabiru storks, crocodiles
Alive issue: Fall 2008

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