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Biology Belize Study Abroad

$3,855
38%
Raised toward our $10,000 Goal
27 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on December 16, at 10:00 PM MST
Project Owners

Thank you!

January 31, 2019

Dear Supporters of the 2019 Belize Field Biology Course:

 

Thank you so much for your generous donation!  Your support allowed students to participate in an educational experience that was life-changing! Day hikes to tropical waterfalls in the Cockscomb Basin (the site of the world’s first jaguar preserve),  afternoon snorkels with green sea turtles and spotted eagle rays on Tobacco Caye, and observing the behavior of red-rump tarantulas at Las Cuevas Research Station were just a few of the course highlights.  After spending 21 days together, the 10 students and 3 faculty are like family---one that has bonded through common experience made possible by all of you.  Thanks again for your support!  GO YOTES!

 

Dr. Chris Walser, Professor of Biology

 

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$25

Exploring the Great Outdoors

Access for one student to Belize parks and other natural areas for the entire 19-day program.

$50

Canoeing Adventure

Full-day canoeing adventure for one student down the Sibun River.

$75

Swimming and Snorkeling

½ day snorkeling trip for one student to Bird Island and patch reefs near Tobacco Caye. You will receive a personal invite from a student to attend the College of Idaho’s Annual Student Research Conference during which the students will present the results of their Belize field research.

$150

Transportation and Board

Transportation and one-night room and board for one student at Las Cuevas Research Station (in the heart of the Mayan forest).You will receive a personal invite from a student to attend the College of Idaho’s Annual Student Research Conference during which the students will present the results of their Belize field research.

$250

Hotel on the Water

3 nights room and board for one student at the Tobacco Caye Marine Station.You will receive a personal invite from a student to attend the College of Idaho’s Annual Student Research Conference during which the students will present the results of their Belize field research.

$750

Roundtrip Airfare

Roundtrip airfare for one student from Boise to Belize City. You will receive a personal invite from a student to attend the College of Idaho’s Annual Student Research Conference during which the students will present the results of their Belize field research.