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  • Birding tour special
  • Forest birding tour
  • Birding and primates
  • Budget birding safari
  • Uganda birding safari classic
(*Minimum 2 persons)

Below are the birding  itineraries we offer:

 
 
Uganda declared a birding hub Uganda the Pearl of Africa, Uganda has been declared a
preferred bird watching destination 2013 and 2014 which is a development expected
to promote birding activities and uphold the country as a major tourist birding
destination by Birdlife International a global programme on conservation and protection
of birds and their habitats, and Nature Uganda announced that the country has 34
important bird watching areas with diverse bird species


The country supports more than 14,00 bird species, living within its various habitats
among which are lakes, rainforests, rivers, the semi-desert of Karamoja, mountains,
and savanna plains. ACCESS BUDGET SAFARIS offers birding safaris with well-trained
guides to ensure that your safari is a memorable one. The top 15 most sought-after
bird species in Uganda include: Olive Dove, Black Bee-eater, Eastern Grey
Plantain Eater, Rwenzori Turaco, Adada Ibis, Green-breasted Pitta, Elemented Guinea
foul, Red-fronted anti pecker, Nahan's francolin, Shoebill stork, Purcell’s illadopsis,
African green Broadbill, Karamoja Apalis, Red Bishop, and Brown-chested pullover.
Below we highlight some of the best bird watching destinations in Uganda where you
will certainly have a wonderful encounter. We also mention some of the bird species
you are likely to see while in these places.

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Queen Elizabeth National Park: This park has more than 550 species of bird.

Enjoy our selected bird watching safaris in this park to marvel at the various birds among

these are 11 species of the kingfisher, a number of falcons eagles, flamingoes,

African skimmer, Papyrus Gonolek, Black-billed Barbet, Pelicans, Black-chinned Quail-finch,

Blue-breasted Bee-eater, Yellow Bishop, White-headed Barbet, shoebill stork, white-winged warbler, black bee-eater, Red-necked Falcon, Leaf-love, African Pygmy-goose, and Lesser Swamp-warbler, in addition to various other raptors.

This park has more than 550 species of bird. Enjoy our selected bird watching safaris in
this park to marvel at the various birds among these are 11 species of the kingfisher, a
number of falcons eagles, flamingoes, African skimmer, Papyrus Gonolek, Black-billed
Barbet, Pelicans, Black-chinned Quail-finch, Blue-breasted Bee-eater, Yellow Bishop,
White-headed Barbet, shoebill stork, white-winged warbler, black bee-eater, Red-necked
Falcon, Leaf-love, African Pygmy-goose, and Lesser Swamp-warbler, in addition to various
other raptors. Kibale National Park: Kibale National Park prides in a diversity of birds
with 335 bird species recorded among which are Red-winged Francolin, the Black Bee-eater,
Scaly Francolin, red-chested flufftail, Olive Long-tailed Cuckoo, white napped pigeon,
Joyful Green bull, Marsh Tchagra, African pita, white-napped pigeon, Narina’s Trogon,
Joyful green bull, Afep Pigeon, grey winged pigeon, Abyssinian-ground thrush,
White-napped Pigeon, Bi-colored Manikin, grey throated flycatcher, Green-backed
Twinspot, white-bellied crested flycatcher masker, Black-bellied Seed cracker, the
Uganda woodland-warbler and the chestnut-winged, among others Bigodi wetland
sanctuary: Bigodi is another popular bird watching destination in Uganda where you
can see species such as the Blue-breasted Kingfisher, black-billed turaco, Blue-headed
Coucal, Scaly-throated-Honey guide, white spotted crake, Black-faced Rufus Warbler.
 
All these you will be able to enjoy on our selected Bird watching Safari within the Bigodi
wetland and Murchison Falls National Park. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park: This is the
park is one among the best forests in East Africa with the richest bio-network. It has more
than 357 species of bird. Among the bird species you will marvel at here are the Albertine
rift Endemics, Black Bee-eater, Archer’s Robin-chat, Hairy-breasted Barbet, Kiev gerund
thrush, Montane Oriole, Forest Robin, Collared pails, Pale-breasted Illadopsis, Equatorial
Akalat, yellow-eyed black flycatcher, Rwenzori Batis, Black-faced Rufous Warbler,
Red-throated Alethe, Pettit’s Cuckooshrike, Grey-throated Barbet, Narina’s Trogon,
African Broadbill. Budongo Forest:
 
The Bugongo Forest is home to a profusion of bird species among which are African
Dwarf Kingfisher, Ituri Batis, Forest Francolin, Yellow-spotted Barbet, Dusky Long-tailed
Cuckoo, African Pied Hornbill, Black Bishop, Black-bellied Firefinch, White-thighed
Hornbill, Spotted Green bull, Slender-billed Green bull, Lemon-bellied Crombec,
Green Hylia, Forest Flycatcher, Yellow Longbill, Crowned Eagle, Yellow-footed Flycatcher.
Rufous-crowned Eremomela, Yellow and Grey Longbills, Red-tailed Antthrush,
Banded Snake-eagle, Brown-backed Scrub-robin, Brown Twin sport,
Chocolate-backed Kingfisher, Yellow-billed Barbet, Cameroon Sombre Green bull,
Black-capped Apalis, Pale-breasted Illadopsis, Fire-crested Alethe, and the
Yellow-browed Camaroptera. Ruhija found within the Bwindi: Grey Cuckoo-shrike,
Banded Prinia, Slender-billed Greenbul, White-browed Crombec, Luehder’s Bush-shrike,
White-starred Robin, Strange Weaver, Brown-chested Alethe,
Yellow-streaked Green bull, Mountain Illadopsis, and the Grey-green Bush-shrike
Mabamba Swamp:

The Mabamba swamp is habitat to the Wayne’s Weaver, Sooty Boubou,
Blue-shouldered Robin-chat, Lemon Dove, Fire-crested Althea, Dusky Long-tailed Cuckoo,
Olive Green bull, Blue-breasted Kingfisher, White-spotted Flufftail, Grey Parrot,
Black-billed Turaco, Snowy-headed Robin-chat, Hairy-breasted Barbet and
the Woodland Warbler.
 

 

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