Long-time BFREE board member and US Geological Survey Ecologist, Rob Klinger, is an invited speaker for the 50th Anniversary meeting for the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation meeting in San Jose, Costa Rica during late June. Below find the abstract for Rob’s presentation. “Community Effects Of Variation In Strength Of Seed Dispersal And Seed […]
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BFREE has created our own chocolate bar from cacao beans harvested on site.
As the seasonal birds migrate from BFREE back to the north, so do our researchers. Emily McKinnon and Kevin Frasier, who use geolocators to track wood thrush migration, have travelled back to Canada and Laura Duval and Chance Hines are finishing off their own wood thrush research. Since January, these researchers have been tagging and […]
Composting toilets are being installed and are under construction in the rainforest in Belize at BFREE field station.
BFREE’s cacao nursery and reforestation project was featured on the US Fish and Wildlife Services blog.
Geolocators passively track the locations of small birds each day, allowing scientists to document for the first time the migratory behavior of songbirds.
BFREE Biologist Dan Dourson on a rare sight, the fruiting bodies (mushroom) of a bio-luminescing fungus species!
Birds of Belize author, H. Lee Jones, and birding team participated in Birdathon Belize – a competition/fundraiser for the Belize Raptor Research Institute.
Recently BFREE has started a new projects: building three cabanas for researchers and visitors. There will be two 14 x 14 buildings and one 12 x 14 building. Everything will be handmade by Marcelino with help from Miguel, Mick, Elmer, Kai, Wilder and Rebecca. Currently they are busy mixing and pouring cement for the base […]
The Marlins have a new plant species named in their honor! In the current issue of Kew Bulletin, co-authors (Wesley Knapp and Wayt Thomas) and I pay tribute to the Marlins and their accomplishments by naming Rhynchospora marliniana. We felt it especially appropriate to honor the Marlins and their contributions by naming a species that […]