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Morelet's Tree Frog
The Morelet's tree frog is also known as the Black-eyed leaf frog., Its jet-black eyes and orange underbelly with their lime-green body make it a striking site. Found in moist, subtropical lowland rainforests and wetland habitats.
Limpkin
The limpkin look like a giant rail, resembling herons and ibises. It's bill is bent and twisted to eat snails from the shells. It lives in wetlands.
White-tailed Deer
The white tailed deer is the smalles of the deer family in the American continent. The deer has a white throat, white bely and white under tails and reddish-brown coats. The male grows antlers.
Silver Fox
Jaguar
American Pygmy Kingfisher
White-bellied Chachalaca (Ortalis Leucugastra )
White belly, vent and under tail coverts, the head greyish brown contrast with war brown upper parts. Its endemic to the region.
Agami Heron (agamia agami)
Spectacular Heron, Rare to Locally uncommon on Caribbean Slope and can be found on steams and quiet rivers and its very secretive and seldom encounter. The silver color on chest and the long bill make it unique.
Vermiculated Screech-Owl (Megascops Guatemalae)
Fairly common on Caribbean Slope. Face generally with rufous -brown and bordered with black. Eyes yellow and bill greenish. Seems to be found in a variety of habitat types. Humid to semiarid evergreen at semi-deciduous forest, dense scrubby woodlands.
Ocellated Turkey (Meleagris Ocellata)
Endemic for the Yucatan Peninsula. Habitat in or near dense forest or scrubby woods. Usually in small groups but elusive. "Metallic blue-black overall, feathers tipped blue-green to golden with subterminal black bars."

Nature Conservation is our mission and we work with Nature Tourism because it’s been demonstrated that with the development of areas equipped for nature photography the land deteriorated by agriculture or other events can be transformed into important areas of nesting and habitats for many species of birds and wildlife.

We are working on projects for land protection and support our local communities on being our technical partners, as these sites are protected and monitored.

To increase and conserve the biodiversity we also help our clients to reach the best ethical standards following some good practices and habits when exploring and living the natural environment.

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