Baby Toucan at Lower Dover Belize Jungle Lodge

Last summer we noticed what seemed to be a Toucan’s nest in a Bullet Tree located on one of Lower Dover Jungle Lodge’s wide nature trails. Two large male and female Keel-Billed Toucans would regularly go in and out of a small notch located where the tree limbs meet the trunk about 35 feet from the ground. We decided to set up with our Flip video camera one evening to capture the bird in flight and this is what we saw.

We were never able to confirm baby birds in the nest, until today, one year later, in the exact same Bullet tree! There is a saying around here on the most copied blog in Belize…”No bird pic no bird proof.” These are the pictures of the baby bird sticking its head out of the nest taken this morning. This was easily one of the most memorable bird sightings and all around nature experiences ever witnessed at Lower Dover.

Baby Toucan sighting at Lower Dover

Baby bird photo of Keel-Billed Toucan

Bird photography at Lower Dover Belize Jungle Lodge

Immature Keel-Billed Toucan

Belize Birding at it’s best

Wild baby Toucan peeking out of its nest in Belize

Lower Dover Belize Jungle Lodge Nature Photos

These photos were taken with a point and shoot and without a tripod. Guests of our jungle lodge don’t have to be professional photographers to get great bird shots. Now that the Toucans are back nesting on a yearly basis (fingers crossed!), Lower Dover Jungle Lodge guests will continue to witness top-notch birding opportunities when experiencing “Real Belize the Right Way!”

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8 thoughts on “Baby Toucan at Lower Dover Belize Jungle Lodge

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  4. Pingback: Photos, Video, and Audio of Wild Toucans in Belize | Lower Dover Field Journal

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