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Belize Documentary Film School - Faculty Cut

Promo video of a documentary film course taught in Belize by award winning film makers Richard and Carol Foster.

 
Kayaking at Sunset - NGS Traveler Photo Contest 2013

This was taken on Caye Caulker, off the northern shore of Belize. Kayaking off the Belize Barrier Reef is a popular activity, especially at sunset. I remember running to grab my camera from my room nearby upon realizing that the day's colors would be memorable. One glance at this scene takes me right back to the peace and beauty of Belize.

 
Belizean Activists Say Illegal Planting and Smuggling of GMO Soy An Act of Biopiracy
Belizeans Against GMOs (BAGMO) calls on the Government of Belize to recognize illegal smuggling and planting of GMO soy to be an act of Biopiracy.
 
Caye Caulker’s cave is possibly the largest in the world!
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Caye Caulker could possibly be sitting on the LARGEST MARINE CAVE IN THE WORLD!!!
 
Shark Tagging in Belize

Being tasked with documenting Rachel Graham's shark tagging project at Lighthouse Atoll, Belize for the second year, I wanted to capture a closeup of how the tags look on the shark. Now remember, these sharks are first hooked, then restrained, measured and tagged, all the while struggling and thrashing to be free of lines and hands.
 
Increased Airlift To Belize
alt BelizeNet.com's insight: "I would like to take the opportunity to announce a rather new exciting addition to our existing airlift. As of December 21st, 2013, Delta Airlines will commence its year round non-stop service from Los Angeles to Belize City round trip. This service will be bookable as of May 25th and will make available 693 new seats to Belize each month. In the first instance this flight will be weekly on Saturdays but will give us the long sought after non-stop West Coast service. What is more it will allow for one stop same day service to Asia and Australia.
 
Strong ties between fly fishers lead to MSU, Belize collaboration
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Strong connections between fly fishers in southwest Montana and Central America have led to new research at Montana State University. The project is focused on conch that live in the Caribbean Sea.
 
The Riddle: new anti-homophobia message from UN human rights office
76 countries still criminalize consensual same-sex relationships and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people everywhere continue to suffer violent atta...
BelizeNet.com's insight:Belize, listen up...
 
Why are globally endangered great hammerhead sharks still being fished by locals? - The San Pedro Sun News
The sight of a slain hammerhead shark in Caye Caulker has raised much concern, as it is a globally endangered species, with its numbers dwindling rapidly.
 
Finding a bicycle utopia in Belize

No cars, no buses, no lorries – Caye Caulker, Belize is a utopia for bicycles. A vision of a world where people get around on foot, by bike or electric golf carts.

 
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