The Army Bird-Watching Society carried out an expedition Exercise KING VULTURE, to Belize from 23 February—16 March 1982.
During this period a total of 306 species was recorded, of which one (Green-fronted Hummingbird) had not previously been reported in Belize. A total of 1151 birds of 114 species was netted, of which 859 birds of 32 species were actually ringed.
The following related paper is appended to the PDF file:
Mead. C. 1982.
Annex A to Exercise King Vulture Report. Ringing activities in Belize — 1982.
Adjutant (Journal of the Army Birdwatching Society), 12: 31–36 + 4 plates.