Hill Bank Field Station
Welcome to Hill Bank Field Station, home of the Morelet Crocodile and Yellow- Headed Parrot. Hill Bank Field Station was established in 1995 and is one of two facilities located on the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA), managed by Programme for Belize. Once inhabited by the ancient Mayan, Hill Bank Field Station also served as a logging camp.
Today, Hill Bank is a working conservation field station, committed to managing the conservation of Belize’s natural heritage. With a workforce of up to 30 individuals, Hill Bank is home to a diverse crew of rangers, forestry personnel and a host of others committed to rain forest protection, research and development.
At Hill Bank Field Station, visitors are welcome to explore the beauty of the New River Lagoon, the pristine rain forest and the indigenous wildlife on the RBCMA. Guests can enjoy day visits or overnight stay in either private cabanas with private bath or dormitory rooms with shared bath.
During your stay at Hill Bank Field Station you will become immerse with your surroundings as you learn and participate directly in rain forest conservation activities. Your stay is very important to us as all revenues generated are directly implemented into the protection and conservation of the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area.
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