Uganda Bird watching experience Bwindi Impenetrable Forest-Ruhija, Bird watching in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park Ruhija sector/area, Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is located in the southwest of Uganda, Bwindi is very famous to many travelers and other visitors for its Uganda gorilla tracking tours also as the best gorilla trekking destination in Africa, Bwindi have many different natural habitats also Bwindi accommodates different bird species which makes it one of the best to go for bird watching in the world Bwindi forest also puts Uganda on top as birding watching destination in the whole of African.
Bwindi Forest Bird Species? Uganda Bird watching experience Bwindi Impenetrable Forest-Ruhija
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest has an estimate of 349 species of birds alongside gorilla tracking so as you do your Uganda gorilla trekking safaris in Bwindi forest as trek the mountain gorillas you also get a chance to view different bird species of Bwindi forest, a visit to different areas of the Bwindi forest will enable visitors on Uganda tours and safaris to encounter different species of birds like Broadbill which can be only found Ruhija area in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest of Uganda, you can also enjoy other endangered bird species in this Ruhija sector like warbler, Blue-headed sun-bird, and many others species.
The Bird Watching Location of Uganda?
Bwindi Forest’s Ruhija sector is famous when it comes to Uganda bird watching safaris and tours in Africa, the Ruhija sector is a well-known birding area in Bwindi because of its bird species if you are going for bird watching in Ruhija sector we recommend that you put this activity on your itinerary in the early morning or in the afternoon hours but morning hours is the best time to view different species.
Uganda Bird species recorded around Bwindi impenetrable forest have 357 species Habitat within Bwindi impenetrable forest area, Bwindi is in Kigezi highlands in center of four Districts, Kisoro, Rubanda, Kanugu and Kable in the right corner of South Western Uganda. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is also one of the richest forests in East Africa because it is home to more than half of the world’s mountain gorillas (480 gorillas), the best trees, butterflies, and the best birding watching destination in Africa.