Some of the notable avian species in Uganda include;
African jacana,Black-headed lapwing,Orange weaver,Red-throated alethe,Shoebill,Archer’s robin-chat, black-lored babbler ,Blue-headed sunbird,Chapin’s flycatcher,Dusky crimsonwing,Dwarf honeyguide,Fox’s weaver,Golden-winged sunbird,Grant’s bluebill,Grauer’s broadbill,Grauer’s cuckoo-shrike,Grauer’s swamp warbler,Handsome francolin,Hartlaub’s turaco,Jackson’s francolin,Karamoja apalis,Nahan’s francolin,Neumann’s warbler,Oberlaender’s ground thrush,Purple-breasted sunbird,Red-faced barbe,Red-faced woodland, Warbler,Red-throated alethe,Regal sunbird,Ruwenzori apalis,Ruwenzori batis,Ruwenzori double-collared sunbird,Ruwenzori nightjar,Ruwenzori turaco,Shelley’s crimsonwing,Strange weaver,Stripe-breasted tit,Red-tailed ant thrush,Rufous flycatcher-thrush,White-bellied crested flycatcher
White-bellied robin-chat,White-naped pigeon,Yellowbill.
When visit Uganda for bird watching
Uganda’s ecological and vegetation renders it a perfect place to go on bird watching adventure all year-round. Though the best time for bird watching is from late May through September, when there is less rain and food is abundant.
Where to go for a bird watching adventure
Birds in Uganda can be seen everywhere, where you can enjoy an unplanned birding section in all the Uganda National Parks.
Though they are specific places or parks where you can maximise a bird watching adventure including Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park with most of Albertine Rift endemics,Murchison Falls has a wide array of common birds and specials including the sought-after shoebill and Semuliki National Park is the only place in East Africa to see many Guinea-Congo regional species.
Bird watching in Uganda renders easy spotting of many birds by birding for a short period of time.While Birding in Uganda you will be fascinated and intrigued, if you wish to include your Birding adventure into your Gorillas,Chimpanzee as well as classic game-drive safari.