Birding watching in Uganda
Birding watching in Uganda : Uganda is home to up to 1066 species with 1 regarded endemic, 66 accidental and 3 introduced by humans. With up to 100 bird species categories spread across the country, there is no denying that Uganda is a true birder’s haven. Top categories include Ostriches, cuckoos, swifts, guinea fowl, carnes, fin foots, flamingos, grebes, pigeons, doves, pelicans, storks, swallows, herons, bee eaters, African warblers, bulbuls, owls, mouse birds, rollers, trogons, African barbets, woodpeckers, kingfishers, sun birds, weavers, starlings, hyloitas to mention but a few.
Top birding sites in Uganda include; Murchison falls park, Mabamba swamp, Kibale forest, Lake Bunyonyi, Queen Elizabeth national park, Bwindi impenetrable forest, Lake Mburo among others. We at Show me Africa Safaris take great pride in organizing affordable birding safaris in Uganda providing our clients with the best birding guide as well as comfortable safari vehicle.
To book or inquire about bird watching in Uganda, simply send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us directly on +256-775630809 or +256-701343598 to speak directly to our reservations team.
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