11 Oct Visit Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary; paradise for birders
Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary is a paradise for birders; it is believed around 200 species can be found here. This includes the Black-billed turaco and Yellow-billed barbet. A number of primates also visit the swamp.
Adjacent to Kibale National Park, this area in Magombe swamp is recognised for its biodiversity. It is also renowned for its community-based approach to natural resources management. This has economic benefits for the locals and ensures the conservation of the wetland is sustainable.
What you might see
Mammals: Red colobus, Black and White Colobus, Baboon, Blue Monkey, Grey-cheeked Mangabey, Vervet Monkey, Red-tailed monkey, L’hoest monkey, Chimpanzees, Sitatunga, Mongoose, Bush Pigs, Otters and Bush Bucks
Birds: Black-billed turaco, Blue-shouldered Robin chat, Yellow-billed barbet, Lesser honey guide, White-chinned prinia, African pitta