The Department has worked with many institutions from both Belize and the UK:
|The Government of Belize|
|University College Belize|
|Belize Audubon Society|
|Programme for Belize|
|The Belize Zoo|
|The Belize Center for Environmental Studies|
|The Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh|
|The Natural History Museum|
|Coral Cay Conservation|
|The World Land Trust|
|The Smithsonian Institute|
The following sites offer useful information about Belize:
|BelizeNet - a magazine style reference site, it hopes to be the Web's "Portal to Belize". The calendar pages offer a basic listing of annual events. It has regular weather coverage, including links to current meteorological satellite images.
|Belize Central - a similar service, this offers Dahoo! - a Belizean search engine and some pages of simple maps.
|Local news and current affairs are provided by media sites such as Channel 5 News and Love FM.|
|Travel, tourism and some historical background is offered by Belize Online.|
|The Natural History Museum maintains a page of Belize links, including one to the excellent Belize Biodiversity Information System. This is a database of Belizean fauna, developed with funding from the Wildlife Conservation Society, aided by the Land Information Center and Ministry of Natural Resources.|
|The US Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress, produce a Belize Country Study. Similarly, Belize pages are given in the CIA Factbook. The US Department of State offers travel advice through its Belize Consular Information pages.|
|More travel advice is available from sites such as Travel Health Online, the World Travel Guide and web-versions of rucsac veterans such as Lonely Planet, Green Arrow Guide and the Rough Guide.|
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