Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary
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|Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary|
|Designated:||22 April 1998|
The Crooked Tree Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife reserve in Belize. It is particularly important for birds, which flock to the area during the dry season, to take advantage of the shallow waters, and abundance of food resources.
Aside from birds, the sanctuary's rich wildlife includes crocodiles, monkeys, iguanas and turtles.
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