For visitors who yearn to get up close to wild African fauna, a research trip is a rewarding adventure. This new and unique experience allows visitors to actively participate in monitoring some of the exotic birds and mammals that fill the park, using locator devices and learn habituation calls, as well as monitoring weather, surroundings and behavior.

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Uganda Wildlife RT @WildAidAfrica: Goreth Niyibizi is a ranger for @ugwildlife in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. “As a nation we should learn from this…
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Uganda Wildlife Greetings from Rushegura Gorilla group in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. It is a lovely Sunday morning here. N… https://t.co/95CniAgxYH
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