Here is a summaray our January 2019 research trip:

We spent 7 days in the Central America country of Belize creating amazing memories by experiencing the tropical jungles and the warm caribbean ocean all in one trip! This trip was designed to teach people about our wild cat research and to give them hands on experience doing field trail camera research. The group visited two areas of Belize where our trail cameras are located. The team learned how to use and troubleshoot trail cameras, how to pick good camera locations in the jungle and how to analyze the data received. During our jungle hikes the team saw howler monkeys (including 2 babies), tropical parrots, owls, snakes, tayra and kinkajou! They learned all about the flora and fauna of the Belizean jungles and made many memories. The end of the trip included a snorkeling trip to the second largest barrier reef in the world where we saw a variety of colorful fish and sea turtles! 

Each year we offer a different group trip to the Central American country of Belize, we are currently offering a research working trip for people who want to assist with our in field research. The trip is January 17-24, 2020 and space is very limited. If you are interested in joining us please email Debi@JungleEncounters.org. To learn more about this 2020 trip please CLICK HERE.