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Best time for bird watching in Bwindi National Park

Best time for bird watching

Best time for bird watching in Bwindi National Park

Best time for bird watching in Bwindi Impenetrable forest National Park: Although birds are available in the forested park of Bwindi throughout the year, it is prudent that our visitors understand the better possibility of spotting these birds at an appropriate time. In Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park birding is at its best peak when weather conditions are nether relatively dry nor wet especially in March and September. Heavy rains especially in the park during march up may sometimes hamper the birding activity, affects the migration of new birds in the park as well as making some roads become blocked by mud which may lead to delays by the travelers for the similar activity. On the other hand, usually, the months of May and June are nesting months and best time for bird watching when most birds are spotted due to a huge amount of food present, further migratory birds can as well be spotted the months of October up to April.

Uganda Hardcore Forest Birding Safari

Uganda is indeed the haven of different species of mammals, birds, reptiles, butterflies among others and this makes it one of the best destinations for vacations in Africa and on the globe. other than Bwindi Impenetrable National Park there are birding destinations in Uganda such as Kibale Forest National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park among others. Contact Africa Adventure Vacations to guide on the best time for bird watching in Bwindi Impenetrable forest National Park, the experts of  African safaris.

Bird species in Bwindi Impenetrable forest National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable forest National Park is a major bird spot for birders; expect to encounter the following bird species during the best time for bird watching in Uganda.

chapins fly catcher
Handsome francolin
Rwenzori Batis
Tit Hylia
Strange weaver
Dusky Twinspot
Montane Oriole
Regal sunbird
African wood owl
Bar-tailed trogon
Western green tinker bird
Black bee-eater
Bwarf honeyguide
Grey guckoo-shrike
Kivu ground-thrush
Yellow-sreaked greenbul
Shelly’s greenbul
Red-throated alethe
collared apalis
handsome francolin
Strange weaver