Where to find the African Grey Parrots in Uganda (Psittacus Erithacus) The African grey parrot is among the larger of forest and woodland parrots. You will mainly find this Uganda bird in forests and woodlands from 700-2300 meters. They can be found in Queen Elizabeth, Kidepo and Murchison Falls National Parks as well as areas

Rhinoceros is short for Rhino or Rhinos for plural.  The rhino’s name derives from the Dutch ‘weit’ meaning wide a reference to its wide square muzzle adapted for grazing. The black rhino decline drastically in 1970s and 1980s due to poaching. That’s why many were trans-located to fenced sanctuaries in the early 1990s. Fact Sheet

The Alethe (Alethe poliocephala) are medium-sized forest thrushes which are generally brown above and pale grey or white below. All sexes are alike and are chocolate-brown above with a grey stripe from the bill-base to the nape; the throat is white and the breast and flanks are greyish-brown. These birds inhabit dense undergrowth, and on

Guinea fowls(Numida Meleagris) are distinctive spotted game birds of forest and bush which are endemic to Africa though in some places in Uganda you can find them domesticated. In the local luganda language they are known as “Enkofu“. All guinea fowls are highly gregarious birds which like chasing each other and dust bathing. You would

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You will find singles to gatherings of hundreds of these birds common and widespread in a range of habitats from city rubbish dumps, lake shores and also at predator kills. You will also see many nesting on trees within Kampala city especially near the Parliament, Sheraton Hotel, Serena Hotel and a the constitutional square. But

African Wild Cats are small, fierce cats that live in forests, grasslands, and brush lands in Africa and the Middle East. African Wild Cats are generally nocturnal in warm weather but are diurnal during very cold weather. They are excellent climbers. African Wild Cats have a life span of 12-15 years. They are about 50

The cheetah is the world’s fastest land animal and the most unique and specialized member of the cat family. It can reach speeds of 70 mph. Unlike other cats, the cheetah has a leaner body, longer legs, and has been referred to as the “greyhound” of the cats. It is not an aggressive animal, using