Queen Elizabeth National Park Birding Tour

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There’s a reason why Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular park!

Proudly renowned as ‘Uganda’s most popular park’, Queen Elizabeth National Park has a lot to offer for both the birder and the mammal enthusiast – a birding tour at Queen Elizabeth National Park is a must!

Set in Western Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park is one of Africa’s most habitat diverse parks. At a size of 1,978 sq km, it is blessed with an assortment of crater lakes, tropical rainforest gorges, savannah plains, swamps, rivers and the beautiful Kazinga Channel. With these habitats it is able to host an incredible amount of wildlife – from a curious tree-climbing Lion population to the largest population of Chimpanzees in the word. It is also home to a staggering amount of birdlife with over 600 species having been recorded!

Join us on an unforgettable Sustainable Birding Tour at Queen Elizabeth National Park!

Key Bird Species

Popular Species seen on this Queen Elizabeth National Park Birding Tour: Red-headed Lovebird, Rüppell’s Long-tailed Starling, Pin-tailed Whydah, Grey-headed Kingfisher, Black Bee-eater

African Skimmer, Malachite Kingfisher, Pied Kingfisher, White-winged Terns, Swamp Flycatcher, Grey-capped Warbler, Grey-headed Kingfisher, Collard Pranticles, African Jacana, Pin-tailed Whydah, Martial Eagle, Gabon Nightjar, Slender-tailed Nightjar, Black-headed Gonolek, Great Cormorant, Long-tailed Cormorant, Common Rock Thrush, Pied Wheatear, Whinchat, Common Redstart, White-fronted Black Chat, Sooty Chat, Isabelline Wheatear, Common Bulbul, Cameroon Sombre Greenbul, Yellow-throated Greenbul, Black Cuckoo Shrike, White-breasted Cuckoo Shrike, Red-shouldered Cuckoo Shrike, Black Tit, Penduline Tit, Arrow-marked Babbler, Black-lored Babbler, Brown Babbler, Nubian Woodpecker, Cardinal Woodpecker, Brown-backed Woodpecker, Lesser Honeyguide, Scaly-throated Honeyguide, Black Scimitarbill, Green Wood Hoopoe, Red-and-yellow Barbet, Little Bee-eater, African Thrush, Ruppell’s Long-tailed Starling, Slender-billed Weaver, Little Weaver, Black-headed Weaver, Grey-headed Sparrow, Red-headed Lovebird, Spur-winged Lapwing, Winding Cisticola, Croacking Cisticola, Zitting Cisticola and Heuglin’s Francolin among many more!

A beautiful photo of a Grey-headed Kingfisher seen on our Uganda Birding Tours
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The Red-throated Spurfowl is a beautiful sight on our Uganda Birding Tours

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