Uganda Birding Safaris Tours, Uganda Birding Safaris
Uganda Birding Safaris Tours, Uganda Birding Safaris, Bird watching safari in Uganda. Book affordable Uganda Birding Safaris & Tours & enjoy Birding in Uganda. A Birding tour Uganda / Birding safari Uganda can offer up to 1057 bird species many of which are endemics!
A Uganda birding safari tour takes you to Uganda, remarkably the best African Uganda birding safari destination having 50% of the continents` (Africa) bird species concentration plus 11% of bird species in the world. Uganda has 1,057 bird species that include one endemic bird species-the Fox Weaver.
Uganda Birding Tours / Uganda birding safaris offer a great opportunity to see a range of Uganda’s re-known habitat bird species that include the Lakes & Rivers, Marshes & Swamps, African dense forests and Open Savannah, Mountains & deep valleys in search for the rare birds.
Uganda with 1057 bird species constituting 50% of Africa’s bird species and 11% of global bird species is truly the world’s birders haven. With diverse habitats ranging from waterlogged environments through forested, savannah, mountain to semi-arid landscapes, the survival of various bird species is by no means a surprise! For beginners and expert birders, Uganda birding safaris provide for enriched product catering for varying interests.
3 Days Lake Mburo Uganda Birding Safari tour; The 3 Days Uganda Birding Safari Lake Mburo National Park allows you to explore the savannah landscapes whose varied ecosystems shelter a range of birds READ MORE
4 Days Bird Watching Safari in Uganda in Murchison Falls Park; The 4 Days Birding Safari in Uganda in Murchison Falls National Park is designed to allow you explore the range of endemic bird species up to 451 bird species READ MORE
12 Days Albertine Rift Endemics Uganda Birding Safari; The 12 Days Albertine Rift Endemics Uganda Birding Safari is designed to enable you explore the Albertine rift endemic bird species in detail. READ MORE
Queen Elizabeth has a rich biodiversity which attracts tourists to come here and enjoy and this biodiversity ranges from 95 mammal species, which includes the rare tree-climbing lions species, 3000 elephants, over 10000 buffaloes, leopards, 5000hippos, bush backs, a wide range of antelope family, a variety of monkey species and chimpanzees, 400 bird species and many reptiles like the Nile crocodiles snakes and lizards and a number of volcanic features like volcanic cones and crater lakes like Lake Katwe and Kikorongo. Read More Here…
Primates in Queen Elizabeth Park: These monkeys have a black color with a strip of white color on the side of their body, limbs and around their face, these monkeys live in groups of 5-15 members led by a male, their weight ranges between 4-14 kg, they have a body length of up to 75 cm or 30 inches. The black and white colobus are herbivores primates and they have a gestation period of 4-6 months. Read More Here
Volcanic features in Queen Elizabeth Park: Queen Elizabeth National Park has a number of volcanic features that have been left behind to remind us of the brutal geographical forces that shaped this landscape to what we see it today. The volcanic features in this park include volcanic cones which stand prominently throughout this vast plains, beautiful crater lakes, many of which have freshwater which attracts. Read More Here
Cultures in Queen Elizabeth Park: Queen Elizabeth National Park is bordered by the Bakonzo people who have an interesting culture to exhibit. According to population census results of 2014 census, there are 850,646 Bakonzo in Uganda hence representing 0.025% of the country’s population. The Bakonzo people are closely related to the Nande people of eastern D.R. Congo in their ways of living. Read More Here
Wildlife in Queen Elizabeth Park: As witnessed by many Uganda safari tourists, Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda is a diverse park with wide range habitats that are ideal for the existence of a range of wildlife. There are 95 mammal species in the park which makes it the highest on Uganda standards, 10 species of primates including common chimpanzees, black and white colobus monkey, Lhoest’s monkey, vervet monkey, red-tailed monkey, and blue monkey. Read More Here
Birds in Queen Elizabeth Park: Besides rewarding game viewing, the open savannah of Kasenyi offers impressive birding encounters for birders on birding safaris and tours in Uganda. Bird species that can be encountered in Kasenyi include; Palm-nut Vulture, Hooded Vulture, African White-backed Vulture, Ruppell’s Griffon Vulture, Lappet-faced Vulture, Brown Snake Eagle, Wahlberg’s Eagle, Bateleur, Long-created Eagle, Grey Kestre. Read More Here
Chimpanzee in Queen Elizabeth Park: These are close relatives of humans alongside gorillas and orangutans, there are two species of chimpanzees, Common chimpanzee species and the Bonobo species, Queen Elizabeth National Park has the Common chimpanzees’ species. An adult Common chimpanzee can weigh between 40-60 kg with a height of 1.6 meters or 5ft3inches while an adult female can weigh between 32-47kg with a height of 1.3 meters or 4feet3inches. Read More Here