Birding Uganda - A birders paradise!

With us you get a birding safari tailor-made to your wishes, exploring Uganda's birding paradise together with a guide specialized in bird-watching. Uganda is a prime destination for anyone with an interest in birding; it is truly a birders paradise. Due to our varied landscape with swamps, forests, lakes, mountains and savannas 1025-1065 bird species find their home in Uganda. A bird-watching safari can get you to grip on to the pre-historical Shoebill stork, Great blue turaco, African green broadbill, the Nkulengu rail  in Semuliki national park with forest and savannah birds that will fascinate and intrigue beginners to hardcore bird-watchers. If you wish birding can be mixed with trekking of Gorillas or Chimps as well as classic game-drive safari. 

Blog posts about birding in Uganda - 

Tips when planning a bird-watching safari to Uganda

 


  Shoebill Stork

See the Shoebill Stork while birding in Uganda


  

Go with us for a birding safari in Uganda

 Tony Byarugaba, a trained ornithologist and one of Mamaland Safaris owners as well as safari guides, is a true birder with a host of other members of the Uganda bird guides club networking in the region to update each other on behavior of mega ticks on most of our visitors hit lists. To go on a bird-watching safari with these specialized guides is a great experience. Don’t hesitate to contact us for more information and an itinerary tailor-made to your wishes. Take a look at the examples of birding safaris in Uganda for inspiration of the possibilities in Uganda's birding paradise. 

 

Tony Byarugaba together with National Park location birding guides

Tony Byarugaba together with National Park location birding guides

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