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May 2019

Bugoma Forest Apparently at a verge of surviving destruction – Uganda Safari News

May 21st, 2019|

Bugoma Forest Apparently at a verge of surviving destruction – Uganda Safari News

Bugoma Forest has of recent been the hot topic for conservationists especially those concerned with Uganda safari destinations not only for wildlife but also Uganda birding safari destinations. Masindi High Court judge Wilson Masalu Musene in April dismissed with costs a case that […]

Bird species found in the different sectors of Queen Elizabeth National Park – Uganda Safari News

May 7th, 2019|

Bird species found in the different sectors of Queen Elizabeth National Park – Uganda Safari News

Classified as an Important Birding Area (IBA) by Birding International, Queen Elizabeth National Park has the largest bird checklist of any protected area in East Africa with over 600 bird species recorded within its boundaries. This is the greatest of […]

April 2019

Uganda’s first two Bombardier Planes arrive -Uganda Safari News

April 23rd, 2019|

Uganda’s first two Bombardier Planes arrive -Uganda Safari News

Close to three decades since the Government of Uganda decided to halt the operations of the national carrier over its precarious financial position. A few can recall how great it was to enjoy the carrier but then the Uganda Airlines revamped and on 23rd April 2019, this […]

Tales of the communities living within Queen Elizabeth National park-Uganda Safari News

April 16th, 2019|

Tales of the communities living within Queen Elizabeth National park-Uganda Safari News

Lately, Queen Elizabeth National Park has been on the news and for that another side of the story is from the tales of the communities living within Queen Elizabeth National Park. On the 31st March 1952, the National Park Ordinance was passed and this […]

The Enchanting kyambura Gorge-Uganda Safari News

April 9th, 2019|

The Enchanting kyambura Gorge-Uganda Safari News

Creating the North-Eastern natural boundary of Queen Elizabeth National Park is Kyambura Gorge literally termed as the valley of apes. Separating Kyambura Game Reserve (buffer zone of the park) and Queen Elizabeth National Park, Kyambura Gorge is home to a variety of wildlife including the only primates of the popular […]

Basic Intriguing Facts About Lions-Uganda safari news

April 2nd, 2019|

Basic Intriguing Facts About Lions

Lion scientifically known as Panthera leo is a species of the family Felidae (a family of mammals in the order Carnivore informally referred to as cats). Lions have forever been a symbol of strength, power and ferocity giving it the title-king of the jungle, offering a great sight to behold to […]

March 2019

The top safari accommodations in Queen Elizabeth National Park-Uganda safari news

March 26th, 2019|

The top safari accommodations in Queen Elizabeth National Park

Known as one of the popular Uganda safari parks, Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of the best places to visit for a wildlife safari especially because of the tree climbing lions. For the many attractions therefore one should know the best accommodations in Queen Elizabeth National […]

Uganda’s great treat for avid birders like no other -Uganda safari news

March 12th, 2019|

Birding in Queen Elizabeth National Park

One of the birders greatest safari destination is Uganda for the numerous bird species with about 1,072 confirmed birds. Classified as an Important Birding Area (IBA) by Birding International, birding in Queen Elizabeth National Park offers the largest bird checklist of any protected area in East Africa with over 600 […]

Vietnamese Ivory smugglers intercepted at Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport

March 5th, 2019|

Vietnamese Ivory smugglers intercepted at Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport

Smuggling of ivory and any other wildlife product is an act the Uganda Wildlife Authority has always vowed to fight in order to protect the wild species of Africa that have always been reason for the many numbers of tourists on Uganda wildlife safaris. 18 Vietnamese were […]

February 2019

The 32km Kazinga Channel of Queen Elizabeth National Park

February 26th, 2019|

The 32km Kazinga Channel of Queen Elizabeth National Park

The 32km Kazinga Channel of Queen Elizabeth National Park is a haven to the numerous wildlife species that survive in Queen Elizabeth National Park. For the aquatic wild animals this 32km long Kazinga Channel is home and to the wild animals that live in the park this […]

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