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Panama, preferred tourist destination due to its Canal and the unique diversity of attractions offered within a framework of security, with a high level in quality of services and hospitality towards visitors. "So that tourism becomes the countrys main source of income."
Austin, Texas boasts nearly 400 species of birds within a 60 mile radius of Austin, many of whom are migratory. Living in the flyway of so many beautiful migratory birds uniquely positions us to provide stewardship of their habitat.
TIDE is an effective leader in ecosystems management and biodiversity conservation that fosters community development and empowers communities to sustainably manage and use the natural resources in the Toledo District of Belize.
Panama fishing guides, sportfishing
Spectacular natural attractions and the excitement of discovering Mother Nature’s Best Kept Secret draw travelers from around the globe, promising both relaxation and the richly rewarding authenticity they seek in a genuine Caribbean getaway. Nestled between Mexico and Guatemala on the Caribbean coast of Central America, Belize is one of the few remaining unspoiled places on earth.
A Traditional Embera' Indian village located in the Chagres National Park, Panama.
The Panama Audubon Society has been promoting birds in Panama for over 35 years. During the last ten years we have worked more directly on conservation and education about birds and their habitats, using the Important Bird Area program as an umbrella. Our major areas of interest are the wetlands of the Upper Bay of Panama and the primary forests of El Chorogo, Chiriqui
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At just 20 minutes from cospopolitan Panama City, an incredible beautiful rainforest at the Soberania National Park in Central Panama is the natural habitat of winged miracles that will thrill you!
The Community Baboon Sanctuary in Belize is an innovative and unique grassroots project to protect the habitat for the endangered Black Howler Monkey while promoting community development.