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Uganda: Birds (and Mammals) Aplenty

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Zubbie15

Thanks for sharing, I feel like it's been a while since I've read a report from Uganda (although it seems they're might be some more in a little while) I'm not a birder, but it's love to have such a great sighting of a shoebill sometime! I also say that I'd happily read about the Kenya part of your trip if you have time for a report. 

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michael-ibk

Excellent report, thanks so much for sharing! A Shoebill sighting to die for, and many other great birds you got. Also enjoyed some of the rarer mammals like the Patas or the Striped Squirrel.

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adamt123

Thanks guys, Im pleased you enjoyed the report :D

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xelas
On 12/23/2019 at 10:31 PM, adamt123 said:

@xelas I do hope you will get the shoebill - where do you plan on looking for it - Mabamba or somewhere else?

 

Fred promised me a Shoebill sighting at Mabamba :); other stops on our journey will be Kibale Forest, Queen Elisabeth NP (Mweya, Maramagambo Forest, Buhoma, Bwindi), Lake Mulehe and Lake Mburo, starting and ending in Entebbe.

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