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Aces team of volunteers provide 24/7 emergency response on Ambergris Caye for injured, ill, orphaned, or displaced wildlife, assistance in human wildlife conflict resolution, and a close port of call for Caye Caulker critters in need of aid. We specialize in reptile and avian care and rehabilitation, but we are experienced in handling a wide variety of animals and we will respond to any and all calls for wildlife that needs our help.
These are some examples of the wildlife we've been fortunate enough to help.

Wildlife Rescue: Welcome
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A Furrowed Wood Turtle rescued from terrible
captive conditions handed over to Aces

Wildlife Rescue: Image
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The release of a Magnificent Frigatebird who'd had
her pouch torn open by a fishing
hook requiring surgery to close the wound

Wildlife Rescue: Image

Pre-release check up of
a boa injured on a construction site

Wildlife Rescue: Image
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A Merlin being introduced to a flight enclosure to build back his strength in preparation for release back into the wild

Wildlife Rescue: Image
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A Pelican with a hook stuck in his mouth pre-capture. He had multiple hooks stuck all over his body

Wildlife Rescue: Image
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An orphaned baby raccoon getting
weighed during her intake exam

Wildlife Rescue: Image
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This large lady had fallen into a pit at the local sewage treatment ponds and had no way of climbing the vertical concrete walls

Wildlife Rescue: Image
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