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Bird Watching

Bwindi impenetrable forest holds over 346 species of birds and contains 90% of all Albertine Rift endemics, difficult or impossible to see in any part of East Africa. For the adept bird watcher, close to 100 bird species can be identified in a day. You can visit Buhoma and Ruhija for this dream. Bird species include; the African green broad bill (psedocalptomena graveri); dwarf honey guide (indicator pumilio), kivu ground thrush (zoothera a Tanganjicak), Lagden’s bush shrike (Mahaconotus legdeni), Chaplin’s flycatcher 
(musticapa lend), Oberhander’s ground thrush, yellow eyed flycatchers, Montane double-collared sunbird (Nectarinia ludoviencis), and dusky twinspot.