Uganda's Hot birding sites

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Uganda's nine top hot birding sites that have been rated by African bird club:- Bwindi National Park, Queen Elizabeth Park,Semliki National Park, Kibale National Park, Budongo forest, Murchison falls National Park, Mabira forest ,Mabamba wetland & Lake Mburo National Park Uganda is gifted and has a wealth of bird species and offer easier accessibility to several bird habitats than any African country Birds can be watched from Entebbe airport to Lake Victoria,Kyoga regions ,Albertine rift valley and Karamoja areas.  Uganda birding sites can either be wetlands/Swamps, Forest reserves, National park, Game reserves, Lakes . Rivers & community lands

Lake Mburo National Park

Uganda's Smallest savannah park covering an area of 370sq km with a variety of habitats including Acacia woodland

Kibale National Park

Kibale National park has 370 bird species, it’s famous for chimpanzee tracking and highest number of primates 13 out the country’s total is found in this forest.

Murchison falls National Park

Largest & oldest national park in Uganda &Second among the Ten top birding sites in Africa

Mabira forest reserve

Primary forest south of the Jinja – Kampala road and biggest forest reserve 360 km2 of medium-altitude forest with mostly semi-deciduous and Secondary forest of various succession stages.

Queen Elizabeth Park

Uganda's second biggest Park (1978sq km) world biosphere reserve (UNESCO 1979) & classified as Important bird Area that includes a RAMSAR wetland site.

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.

Mabamba Wetland bay

Located 36 km South west of Kampala is the best marshy area on the Northern shores of Lake Victoria.