Uganda is a home to over 1082 bird species making it a preferred destination for birders and the richest African birding destination; with Bwindi impenetrable National Park voted Africa’s number one birding spot is a home to 23 0f the 26 Albertine Rift Valley endemic birds found in Uganda.
The vegetation found in the central and east Africa, make the country special. The habitat for the birds are also numerous ranging from Wetlands, Lakes, rivers, rocky ridges, Afro-Pine Moorland, Savanna, Papyrus Swamps and agricultural land, woodlands blessed with the most delightful climate in the world.
The highlights for birding include; birds such as; shoebill, Rwenzori Turaccoo, Neumann’s Warbler, Green breasted Pitta, African Green Breasted Bill, Regal Sun Bird, Puvell’s Illadopsis, Narina Trogon, Rwenzori Night Jar, Pel’s Fishing Owl, African Finfoot and many others. Two of the other RAMSAR SITES are found in Uganda which make it a dream come true birding experience.