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Rare Sighting: Secratary bird in Murchison falls National Park
The Secretary Bird (Sagittarius serpentarius) is a large raptor related to hawks and eagles. This large, terrestrial bird of prey is endemic to the open grasslands in sub-saharan Africa. This species is classified as Vulnerable because recent evidence from across its range suggests that its population is experiencing a rapid decline, probably owing to habitat degradation, disturbance, hunting and capture for trade.The Secretary Bird is famed for being the prominent emblem of Sudan and South Africa and appears on both nations coat of arms.
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WWDThe Future of humanity depends on wetlands
Uganda joined the rest of the world to celebrate World Wetlands Day on 2nd February 2015 at Lutembe Ramsar site under the theme “Wetlands for our Future”...

BLOG: Celebrating World Wetlands Day in Fort Portal
On Sunday 1st February, members of Fort Portal birders and NatureUganda gathered at Saka Lake to celebrate World Wetlands Day...

Money does grow on trees, true story
A recent activity based case study on tree planting under the Biodiversity and Ecosystem services...