By: Judy Lumb (Author), Lydia Waight (Author), Dirk Francisco (Illustrator)
290 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, colour & b/w maps
The Belize Audubon Society was formed by a group of 55 enthusiastic and energetic conservationists on February 6, 1969, as a chapter of the Florida Audubon Society, and became an independent Society in 1973. For 40 years, each advocacy issue, environmental education project, research project, and protected area has been a story in itself, all of which are told with the colourful photographs by Dirk Francisco.
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