Following are some common species to be found in:
Coastal Areas and on the Islands
Brown pelican, magnificent frigate birds, laughing gulls, osprey, seagulls, ruddy terns, brown boobies, and on Belize's first national park Half Moon Caye Natural Monument--the rare red-footed booby.
Roseate spoonbills, great egrets, green, blue, the not so common boat-billed and agami herons, northern jacana, and the endangered jabiru stork at the Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary--as well as at other wetland locations.
Grasslands and Savannahs
The fork-tailed and vermilion flycatcher, a variety of tiny seedeaters, tanagers, and the ever-present roadside hawk.
Montezuma's oropendula with its colony of hanging nests in trees, blue crowned mot mot, great tinamou, black faced ant thrush midstory, sulfur-rumped flycatcher, and Belize's national bird the keel-billed toucan.