ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2018

All NatureUganda members are cordially invited to the Annual General Meeting which will be held on 3rd May 2018 at the Uganda Museum starting at 4:00pm

Lake Nabugabo wetlands system Ramsar site Handbook

This book contains information on the Nabugabo Ramsar with facts for quick and easy referencing. It is linked to Lake Nabugabo wetlands system Ramsar site Management Plan (2017- 2027) and is meant to guide planning of interventions by government and lead agencies and other stakeholders as identified in the management plan

Mainstreaming Biodiversity

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IN KISORO AND RUBANDA DISTRICTS COMMIT TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT.

Building resilience in East Africa

Over the past five years the LVBC and the PREPARED Project have worked to strengthen management of biologically significant transboundary ecosystems.

PUTTING 2018 IN PERSPECTIVE

In order to keep track with the 2016-2020 strategic objectives, NatureUganda conducts annual planning meetings with stakeholders .

ShoeBill in Makanaga

Conserving the Shoebill

Through EDGE of Existence programme,NatureUganda is supporting local communities in Mabamba and Makanaga to conserve the "shoebill",one of the world’s extraordinary species,listed Vulnerable.

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 )
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