Wildtracks: Conservation, Research and Education
Primate Rehabilitation Centre Sunrise at Wildtracks Roseate spoonbill flying in a blue sky
Wildtracks is working towards the sustainable future of the natural
resources for the people of Belize, through
conservation, research, education and sustainable development.

Wildtracks was established in 1990, and registered as a Belize non-profit organization in 1996. It implements its activities through four Wildtracks Programmes.

Hosted under the Conservation and Research Programme are two wildlife rehabilitation facilities:

Manatee Rehabilitation Centre

Primate Rehabilitation Centre
Conservation and Research
Conservation: amphibian on log
Education and Outreach
Education and outreach: studying the mangroves
Sustainable Development
Sustainable development: SACD in Corozal Bay
Manatee under water