For 2018, NatureUganda has carefully developed exciting events that will help us to achieve our primary goal of promoting the understanding, appreciation and ultimately conservation of nature Read More

Our Latest NATURALIST :A NEWSLETTER FOR NATURE LOVERS

Uganda confirmed 1,060 bird species recorded which translates into more than 11% of the world’s total number of birds

609 Participants, 745 Species, 26 teams in 24 hrs.

NEWSLETTER  2017(BIG BIRDING DAY )

Management Plan

Fact Sheet 

Policy Brief

Information Handbook

A group Photo of NatureUganda members at the BBD 2017 launch

PROTECTING OUR HERITAGE:  The Grey Crowned Crane 

The beauty and elegance are the reasons the Crested Crane was chosen as Uganda's national emblem by the then Uganda Governor and ornithologist Sir Fredrick Johnson in 1893.With human population at a rise,the loss of breeding grounds and food sources have seen their populations decline by 80% over the past 40 years and strategies have been used to subdue this catastrophic decline

Bamboo Growing in Echuya

ESTABLISHING BAMBOO: ECHUYA CENTRAL FOREST RESERVE

NatureUganda through the PPN (People Partner with Nature) programme in partnership with the NFA (National Forestry Authority) have embarked on forest restoration efforts for Echuya CFR in South western Uganda with over 600 bamboos planted.

A group Photo of NatureUganda members at the BBD 2017 launch

BBD 2017 Launched

The Uganda Big Birding Day (BBD) is a birding activity organized by Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) in collaboration with NatureUganda, Uganda Wildlife Authority and with support from other partners.

Edge Fellows and Alumni Newsletter

EDGE FELLOWSHIP MONTHLY NEWSLETTER LAUNCHED

The newsletter will be sent out once a month, featuring updates and pictures from current and past Fellows, as well as an update on what is happening in the EDGE office in London.

Tristar Africa Skimmer Safaris

Do you want to rent a car in Uganda ?.Let Tristar Africa Skimmer Safaris help you out


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