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 Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) marketing gurus effectively took part in the just ended Rotary intercity conference held in Lira town, north of Kampala where a representative of the Executive Director made a presentation on the…
It was a lifetime experience for Uganda Wildlife Authority's twelve interpretive guides specializing in mountain gorilla and chimpanzee tracking, when they closely interacted with the playful chimpanzees in the undisturbed Budongo forest reserve.
 Uganda Wildlife Authority management and staff on Wednesday donated assorted items including foodstuffs, drinks and clothes to the Missionaries of the Poor who look after over 400 disadvantaged children and young adults in Kisenyi and…
The humble but strong soon to be Silver Back of Rushegura Mountain Gorilla Family in the northern Sector of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, seems tired of playing second fiddle to the dominant Silverback, Mwirima. The…
 Good tidings yet again rain in the gorilla park of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in southwestern Uganda. For their dedicated efforts and determination to keep the gorilla habitat well and alive, the rangers and porters…
INTERFORCES SPORTS STARS TO TOUR MURCHISON FALLS NP The best sportsmen and women from the ninth edition of the Uganda inter-forces Games and Championships held in 2011 will have a unique opportunity to tour the…
MIKE (Monitoring Illegal Killing of Elephants) subregional support office for East Africa Mr. Edison Nuwamanya handing over some GPS (Global Positioning System) units to UWA's Chief Conservation Area Manager to assist rangers in recording data…
Staff of Uganda Wildlife Authority in Murchison Falls Conservation Area (MFCA) are battling a herd of elephants that crossed from Nimule National Park in South Sudan last Friday into Uganda in the villages of Pagirinya…
Following increased vigilance by Uganda Wildlife Authority to fight illegal trade in wildlife products, another consignment of 42 poisonous snakes and 147 chameleons was this week impounded at Entebbe International Airport in what is yet…
A consignment of 62kg of ivory was On Sunday night confiscated by Uganda Wildlife Authority rangers following a tip off from a security operative at the airport. The ivory which was parked in two blue…

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