Uganda is home to over 1060 bird species making it one of the top birding spots in Africa, these can be found in the various forests, swamps, mountains and even within the city and towns. If you planning to do birding in Uganda and still wondering which places to visit , here are some of the top bird watching spots that will give any birding enthusiast a rush. They are divided into categories Passerines and Non-passerines each with a unique color, character and feeding habits. Mabamba wetland, Bwindi forest and Murchison falls park are three of the top birding sites in Uganda where you can get a glimpse of some of the most popular and rarest birds in Africa including the giant shoebill, African fish eagle, Kingfishers, Crested crane among others. Other destinations where you can watch a variety of bird species include Kibale forest, Queen Elizabeth national park, Semuliki park, Budongo forest, Mountain Rwenzori, Kidepo valley, Lake Mburo & Mgahinga gorilla park.
Notable bird species include the Sparrows, Storks, Eagles, Commorants, Pelicans, Kingfishers, Egrets, Swifts, Turacos, Barbets, Ostriches, Cranes, Darters, Hornbills, Pigeons, Doves, Mousebirds, Woodpeckers, Owls, Hawks, Geese, Sparrows, Warblers, Shrikes, Starlings, Pittas, Weavers, Bee eaters, Wagtails, Plovers, Lapwigs, Jacanas, Secretary birds, Kites, Swans, Flamingos, Hammerkop, Shoebill to mention but a few. To inquire or book a birding safari in Uganda, simply send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us now on +@56-700135510 to speak directly to our reservations team.