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Birding in Murchison Falls National Park

Murchison Falls - Uganda Habituation Tours gorilla habituation, chimps habituation golden monkeys primate habituation tour

Birding in Murchison Falls National Park Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s largest national park, covering approximately 4,000 km2. The Park supports a remarkable 451 species of birds. Birding in Murchison Falls National Park has the main birding attraction being the Shoebill, best sighted in the dry season from January-March. The commonest species found in the…

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Of the Special Birds of Semliki National Park, Birding in Semliki

Birds of Semliki birding

In the Semliki Basin there are 441 bird species including 46 Guinea-Congo Biome species found nowhere else in East Africa, and 5 species endemic to the Albertine Rift Valley only. These are spot-breasted ibis, Hartlaub’s duck, Congo Serpent Eagle, chestnut-flanked  goshawk, red-thighed sparrowhawk, long-tailed hawk, Nkulengu rail, black-throated coucal, chestnut owlet, Bates’s nightjar, black-wattled hornbill,…

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