Bwindi impenetrable forest

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Bwindi impenetrable forest

Uganda's montane forest park (330sqKm),lies in south west arm of the Albertine Rift. Home to half of the world mountain Gorillas & last remaining habitat in Africa. Holds the richest faunal community in East Africa that includes 214 species of forest birds

It support 26 Albertine rift endemics of which 13 are highly localized in the area & not elsewhere in Uganda. Therefore makes it the best site to see Albertine Rift endemics:-

Dusky crimson wing, African green broadbill, Handsome francolin, Rwenzori turaco, Rwenzori batis Shelly’s crimson wing Dwarf honey guide, Red throated Alethe, Kivu ground thrush, Archer Robin chat, Short tailed warbler, collared Apalis, Black faced Apalis, Rwenzori night jar, Chapin flycatcher, Yellow eyed black flycatcher, Rwenzori batis, striped breasted tit, Regal sunbird, Strange weaver