Harvest Caye Animal Signs
Harvest Caye in Southern Belize is owned and developed by Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings. The 75-acre island features a pool with a swim-up bar, salt-water lagoon for water sports, 7-acre beach and exciting activities like zip lining and snorkeling. Norwegian developed Harvest Caye in an ecological way by planting thousands of native plants including more than 10,000 mangroves that serve as a habitat for local birds, fish and other marine species.
On the island is a nature center which displays boa constrictors, scarlet macaws and toucans, the national bird of Belize. Wanting to educate visitors about other indigenous animals, a series of seven signs were commissioned featuring native Belizean wildlife. Each animal was thoroughly researched, pictures chosen, and copy written. The signs included each animal’s size, weight, diet, lifespan, distribution and conservation status.
The large five-foot metal signs were erected along a path next to the nature center.
|Client||Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings|