Semuliki National Park is an extension of the Congo Ituri rainforest set at the base of the Northern Rwenzori, covering an area of 220 sq km of lowland forest on Lake Albert. The park is comprised of 40 Congolese bird species recorded nowhere else in the country.

Other bird species include: Congo serpent eagle, Rail (Nkulengu & Grey throated), Spot breasted ibis, Yellow throated nicator, Red rumped tinker bird, Black winged oriole, Horn bills (Black dwarf, Red billed, Piping, White crested, White thighed ,Black casqued wattle),Western bronze napped pigeon, Capuchin babbler, White bellied king fisher, Black collared love bird, Zenkers honey guide. Nearby, is the spectacular Semliki Wildlife Reserve, which is one of the best localities for sightings of the enigmatic, swamp-dwelling shoebill stork.