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Birds in Queen Elizabeth National Park Uganda

Birds in Queen Elizabeth national park
Birds in Queen Elizabeth national park

Birds in Queen Elizabeth national park; The park’s great variety of habitats supports the survival of over 600 bird species which cannot be found anywhere in East African national parks.

The park’s confluence of savanna and forest, linking to the expansive forests of the DR Congo gives an opportunity to spot/view the East and Central African bird species.

The main camp at Mweya is attractively positioned with fine views of the Rwenzori Mountains number of widespread bush species may be seen in the vicinity of the airstrip watch for African Mourning Dove, Grey-headed Kingfisher, Swamp Fly-catcher, Grey-capped Warbler, The Beautiful Black-headed Gonolek, Red-chested sunbird, Slender-billed, Yellow-backed and Lesser Masked Weavers, Pin-tailed Whydah, and brimstone Canary, Gabon and Slender-tailed Nightjars, are fairly common along the airstrip.

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