A ‘baby boom’ among gorillas in a Ugandan national park shows conservation efforts are succeeding despite the menace of poaching, and other threats to the country’s wildlife.
Source: Gorilla baby boom gives Ugandan national park hope
Bwindi is home to over half of the world’s population of the endangered mountain gorillas, and over 120 mammal species.
Source: UNESCO sites: Bwindi’s wonder world of gorillas
Gorillas’ are worth seeing but chimpanzee badly behaved…
Source: Uganda’s primates are wild, whimsical and rude
Bwindi impenetrable was gazetted as a National Park in 1991 and declared a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site in 1994. It is one of those few places on earth where animals (both wild and tame), hills, rivers, water-falls, forests and humans coexist magnificently in such a harmony.
Source: Bwindi, Home of Mountain Gorillas.
Animal encounters can help foster a greater appreciation for conservation efforts…
Source: Up close and personal with wildlife conservation in Uganda
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The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is either a daydream or a nightmare depending on if you love wild animals (especially gorillas).
Source: Daily Daydream: Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda