The operationalisation of the new payment system to access our national park and activities therein was successfully piloted in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park(BINP)in September.
The Problem animal management staff from the Community conservation Unit has captured three man-eating crocodiles in Kungu area Apach district near Lake Kyoga which had been disturbing residents for a long time.
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 10:01

UWA wins case against Katonga WR claimants

The High Court has dismissed Civil Suit NO. 778 OF 2003, Bernard Tumuhimbise VS Attorney General &Uganda Wildlife Authority filed way back in 2003 in the High Court of Kampala by people claiming to have…
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 10:00

Murchison Falls elephant leaders collared.

A collaring exercise for the herd leaders of elephants ended successfully in Murchison Falls National Park in September. The exercise jointly conducted by UWA and the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is aimed at easing the…
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 09:59

Ziwa rhinos get more protection

In a bid to reinforce protection for the endangered rhinos at the Ziwa Rhino sanctuary in central Uganda, more rangers have been deployed to the area to boost their security.The rhinos that face a big…
With support from the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), the sub counties Karenga and Lobalangit within Kaboong district are carrying out land use planning for the proper use of their land. The two sub counties are…
The planning unit of the Conservation department is in advanced stages of developing new General Management Plans (GMPs)for Kibale and Lake Mburo National Parks.
Uganda Wildlife Authority Deputy Director Conservation and Conservation ambassador Mr. Charles Tumwesigye in September travelled to Montreal Canada to participate in fundraising programs for the Kibale Mobile Clinic Project.While in Canada, Charles also gave talks…
Tuesday, 08 October 2013 09:43

Miss Tourism finalists tour National parks

Nine finalists for Miss Tourism Uganda in September were treated to memorable adventure when they toured almost all the national parks in Uganda courtesy of Uganda Wildlife Authority and various sponsors including hotels and tour…
Uganda Wildlife Authority Executive Director Dr. Andrew Seguya along with a member of the Board of Trustees and Chief Executive of the Conservation Through Public Health (CTPH) Dr. Gladys Kalema were among the experts who…
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