Our Hill Bank site

was established in 1995 and one of two stations located on the Rio Bravo Conservation and Management Area (RBCMA).  But the history of this site goes way back to when the Hill Bank area was inhabited by the ancient Maya.  Along the length of the New River Lagoon you will find evidence of Mayan habitation in the form of house mounds, and just 12 miles away we find the second largest Mayan Monument in Belize, Lamanai.

Today, Hill Bank is a working conservation field station, committed to managing the conservation of Belize’s natural heritage.

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