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.
Bwindi is home to over half of the world’s population of the endangered mountain gorillas, and over 120 mammal species.
Gorillas’ are worth seeing but chimpanzee badly behaved…
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.
Animal encounters can help foster a greater appreciation for conservation efforts…
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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).