Bird watching Safaris ( Birding Uganda )
Bird watching, Uganda is called a Bird haven simple because of a variety of bird species that can be found in different birding watching site like Mabira forest national park, Mabamba swamp Bay, Queen Elizabeth national park, Murchison falls national park name it and the bird watching species includes: African Goshawk, Chubb’s Cisticola, White – chinned Prinia and African Blue Flycatcher, Africa kingfisher, African white Eagle, Hadada ibis, Black – headed heron, this gives opportunity to birders as most birds migrate to Uganda in Seasonal periods
1 Day Mabira Forest Birding Watching Tour
Mabira Forest Reserve is a rewarding forest birding site with over 300 species of birds, covering 306 square kilometers – the largest in the central region of Uganda. It is located within easy reach for a one day of forest birding from Kampala, 56 km along the Kampala – Jinja highway. It is close to an hour of drive from Kampala. The birding day starts off from Kampala early at 6 am to beat the menacing traffic jam, driving along Kampala – Jinja highway, There are plenty of birds along the highway so be on the lookout as you drive past gardens
1 Day Mabamba Swamp
A day tour to Mabamba Swamp Bay which is a large wetland on the shores of Lake Victoria, covering 2424 hectares of papyrus, ferns, water lilies and other grasses in the shallow waters. The wetland is favorable habitat for a lot of water Endemics birds and the safari is featured on a dug out canoe, with up to 260 species recorded including annual migrants from Europe and other parts of the world.