Photos of Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

Photos at the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary, which is so called because of the crooked cashew trees around the lagoon. At the visitors center of Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary there is an overview with often spotted birds in the Sanctuary, including the American Redstart, the Baltimore Oriole, the Magnolia Warbler, the Ovenbird, the Prothonotary Warbler, the Ruby-throated Hummingbird, the Scarlet Tanager and the Wood Thrush.

Crooked Tree is the oldest village in Belize which sees large numbers of migrating birds flocking to the lagoons, swamps and rivers.  
 

Sign at Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary


The visitors center of Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary is located at the entrance of Crooked Tree: 

Visitors Center at Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary

 
At the visitors center of Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary there is an overview with often spotted birds in the Sanctuary. These are photos of all these eight birds, starting with the American Redstart: 

Picture of American Redstart

 
More photos of the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary on the next page.