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The Conservation tariff for 2020 -2022 is now out. major changes are increase of Gorilla tracking fees from US$600 to US$700 for Foreign non residents, and US$500 to US$600 for Foreign residents Park entrance fees…
Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) on 05. August. 2019 received a donation of a Veterinary Vehicle and Motorcycle from Uganda Conservation Foundation (UCF) to facilitate quicker rescue to wildlife in Murchison Falls National Park. A single…
Uganda Wildlife Authority on June 11, 2019 received 8 computers (4 laptops and 4 desktops) from the Chinese Embassy in Uganda to boost the organizations conservation efforts. The computers were handed over by the Deputy…
The Wildlife Mirror issue 3 January-March 2019 , a UWA quarterly newsletter publication for is out. Please follow the link January-March 2019 newsletter for your copy.
 The Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu has today (April 26, 2019) handed over two pieces of land measuring 7.5 acres worth UGX 180 Million to a group of 35 people of…
Last week, an American tourist Kimberly Sue Endicott and her driver/ tour guide Jean Paul Mirenge were kidnapped by unknown persons in Queen Elizabeth National Park. This incident has generated debate in the public regarding…
Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) donated relief items worth UGX 10 Million to the people who were affected by flash floods and landslides in Bududa District on January 11, 2019.
Rangers from Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) captured two problem crocodiles On 23rd October from the shores of Lake Kyoga in Namusita County Buyenda District.
487 newly trained rangers were added to UWA’s ranger force to boost its capacity to effectively protect Uganda’s wildlife resources in protected areas.

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