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Save the Frogs! Eco-Tour in Belize, July 2013

by megan on Jan. 22nd, 2013 No Comments

Ecotour in Belize SAVE THE FROGS! invites teachers and university students to join them in July 2013 for a 10-day eco-tour of Belize!

Like many countries in Central America, Belize is a hotspot of biodiversity, home to 37 amphibian species, as well as an array of bats, birds, lizards, corals and other amazing wildlife.

The trip will be led by SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger; SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey; and Sacramento City College Professor David Wyatt — who has been leading Belize eco-tours for 7 years!

Lithobates vaillanti Participants will also be accompanied by Mayan naturalists and field guides. Group size is limited to 19 participants.

Visit the trip website to read details about the itinerary, cost, and registration.

Teachers seeking to fulfill professional development or continuing education requirements can claim this trip as a tax-deduction. Students seeking to receive university credit may be able to acquire credit through their university’s internship program. Students wishing to receive SAVE THE FROGS! Academy credit as part of this expedition should also contact the trip organizers.

For more information, please contact SAVE THE FROGS’ Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey at starkey@savethefrogs.com or 1-877-75-FROGS.

Note: This opportunity is not run by the Academy, but is instead offered by our friends over at SAVE THE FROGS! So, be sure to send any inquiries directly their way.

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