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Birds

An especially unique story of Runaway Creek is that of the Birds Without Borders Program. Also known as Aves Sin Fronteras, the program is an international bird research, conservation, and education program operating out of Runaway Creek and studying more than 300 birds in Central America. Thanks to the tireless efforts of more than 23 people involved over the last fourteen years, there have been 213 bird species counted on the preserve, 54 of which migrate annually between Belize and United States, some heading as far north as Canada.

An amateur ornithologist on a winter trip from the north will undoubtedly feel a sense of both awe and tranquility in spotting catbirds, ruby-throated hummingbirds, black and white warblers, and other birds common to the northern states.

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