Uganda’s remarkable avian diversity (over 1,060 Bird species is attributed to its geographical positioning in the great rift Valley. Diverse habitats such as the open savannah, Equatorial Rain forest, rivers, marshlands and fresh water and crater lakes, combine to give Uganda an enviable bird list. It is on record that “The pearl of Africa” is home to 50% of Africa’s and 11% of the word’s Bird population.
There’s nothing quite rewarding as the thrill of seeing new bird species or spotting some that you least expect to find. These among others include the elusive pre-historic dinosaur lookalike – the shoebill, blue swallow, short-winged Night jar, green breasted pitta, to the largest bird on earth – the common ostrich.
Adventure Consults’ Birding trips are simply a guideline that can be tailored to suite anyone’s specific interests. They cover the best spots for Birding which include among others; Murchison Falls National Park, Kibale Forest National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Semuliki Valley National park and Game reserve and many others.