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Peter Connan

I really enjoyed this trip report. Like all ST joint reports, it's a cracker!

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I finally finally finished the TR in two days. The internet speed slows down a lot during the day which means loading the photos take longer than usual. But well worth the wait. 

Quality photographs, awesome sightings of birds and mammals, nice little videos supplementing the text, and entertaining chitchats among the Three Tenors. Thanks so much for all the work put in to put together the TR. makes us very itchy to get to Uganda for the Birdies!

 

Pitta perhaps? :wub: 

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Super LEEDS

What an awesome TR. Well done to you all, even you, @Galana, despite your disruptions in the timeline(s)!

 

It's really got me thinking of Uganda now - especially with the option of chimps and gorillas.

 

Wow.

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Galana
50 minutes ago, Super LEEDS said:

@Galana, despite your disruptions in the timeline(s)!

Moi?

 

On 5/7/2020 at 12:32 PM, Kitsafari said:

Pitta perhaps? :wub:

Pitta is possible in season. Indeed in Uganda almost anything is possible.

Both of you!  Go for it!

 

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Soukous

Did any one of the participants happen to compile a list of the bird species sighted? Of course you did.:D 

Any chance you could add it to the TR? Please.

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1 hour ago, Soukous said:

Any chance you could add it to the TR? Please.

No problem.Shoebill. Marabou, Yellow-billed Kite and Seven thousand, three hundred and twenty eight Bulbuls although @xelas had one or two more.:P

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8 minutes ago, Galana said:

Seven thousand, three hundred and twenty eight Bulbuls

which ones?

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1 hour ago, Soukous said:

which ones?

A few Common, Yellow vented  and black-eyed but mainly AyEffBee.

Which is Kinyarwandan for "Go back to sleep Alex!"

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kittykat23uk

I believe that @Galanahas done a bird list.. 

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19 hours ago, kittykat23uk said:

I believe that @Galanahas done a bird list.. 

 

Thanks Jo, Indeed he has, and he has kindly sent it to me. 

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kittykat23uk

I really miss being in Uganda! :(

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