Here is Why You Should Bird in Bwindi Forest

Despite of the fact that Bwindi Impenetrable National park is well known for mostly gorilla trekking due to being home to the world’s rare species of the Mountain gorilla. The park is also birders’ paradise and therefore for any visitor searching for wonderful birding experience should look towards creating a bird watching trip to this park. It is one of the areas that make Uganda the best birding destination on the African continent.

Uganda is endowed with different bird species which can be watched in different national parks including the famous Bwindi Impenetrable forest. Bwindi is located in south western Uganda and it is the most visited of all the ten national parks in Uganda. It is one of the forests with abundant ecosystems in the whole of African Continent and the park is diversified with various species bird species with about 348 different bird species which are recorded in the park. A visit to this park will enable bird lover to have good time watching different birds and among these include the Blue-headed sunbird, as well as warbler which are included among the list of endangered species in the whole world.

Taking birding watching safari in Uganda avails one with the opportunity to enjoy the nice melodies of different bird species, and the nice attracting colours of the various birds inhabited in the dark forests of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The commonly watched birds in the park include the Red-headed Bluebill as well as the interesting African Emerald Cuckoo plus the shinning African Blue and the precious White-tailed Blue Flycatchers, the Common Bulbul among others.

The best birding place in the park were one can enjoy bird watching is Ruhiija. This area has abundant birds which are very easy to view and meditate the sounds that come from these birds.The area has various species of birds linking in diverse feeding flocks which are rotating in the area for the whole day. The best time to enjoy watching birds is actually during morning hour because during this time birders will have sight to the remarkable beautiful Francolin as well as the white-tailed crested Flycatcher plus the, Rwenzori batis, and Cinnamon-chested bee-eater, woodland Warbler ,western Green Tinkerbird, among other recommendable species of birds.

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