Right now we have a birding safari going on. A couple from Spain are together with Tony exploring the birding paradise of Uganda. So far they have hit the Entebbe area and Lake Mburo national park. On the first day after being picked at the airport they had the highlight of seeing the Great shoebill stork. The bird rich shores of Lake Victoria around Entebbe made it so that they ticked off 45 birds in that first day.
The journey has since then continued on to Lake Mburo national park where they this morning with the Cardinal woodpecker counted their 140 bird species of the safari. In Lake Mburo national park they finally managed to spot the top speciality of the park; the crested barbet. Their journey will from there continue on to Lake Bunyonyi, Bwindi national park, Queen Elizabeth national park, Semuliki national park and finally finishing with Murchison Falls national park focusing on the top birding spots at these beautiful locations.