Sibun Forest Reserve

The Sibun forest reserve  is a picturesque landmass that is characterized by rolling pine forest and undulating hill sides. The thick natural vegetation enables visitors to go on jungle hiking trails to enjoy and admire the rich natural settings. The reserve has been carefully managed over the years because of its fragile ecosystem.

Not surprisingly, the wildlife in the Belize Sibun forest reserve is quite different from the lowlands.

 

Visitors can have a view of rare species of wildlife including birds  and animals. If they are lucky, they can have a glimpse of birds such as Acorn Woodpeckers, the Rufous-capped Warbler, Pine Siskin, Crossbill, Eastern Bluebird and the Stigeon Owl, whistling ducks, snail kites, tiger herons, black-collared hawks, and ospreys in this wonderful place which are the reserve specialties.

 

Tourists can visit the Sibun forest reserve in Belize during February to May if they wish to see the migrating birds there. Visitors can also get an opportunity to see birds such as the Chipping Sparrow and the Hepatic Tanager in the Belize Sibun forest reserve if they travel there during autumn and spring. Ornithologists can experience sheer delight in Belize as they can see orange breasted falcons and other rare species of birds in this natural paradise.

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