It was joy and happiness in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (BINP) following the birth of a new baby gorilla on 21/08/2016. The baby gorilla was discovered in Bushaho area on 22/08/2016, a day after it born to Bunyindo-one of the four adult females in Bushaho gorilla group. The group is located in Nkuringo in the Southern sector of BINP and is one of the two groups in the park which have been under habituation since 2013. Habituation the group is expected to end in 2017. The second group that is under habituation is Bikyingi to which the visitors for the popular Gorilla Habituation Experience (GHE) are taken.
Prior to its habituation, Bushaho group frequently ranged in Bushaho area from which it derived its name. The birth of the new born brought the number of gorilla individuals in the group to nine (09) and the composition of the group is: 1 silver back, 1 black back, 4 adult females, 1 juvenile and 2 infants. Bahati, who leads the group is the only silver back in the group at the moment. He had been habituated earlier when he was still in Nkuringo group until he left Nkuringo group in around 2012 to live a solitary life. It was during that solitude that he grabbed some wild individuals to form his own group that was later named Bushaho.