Birding in Kibale National Park

About Birding in Kibale National Park

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The park is also famous for its different species of birds
and record has about 325 of which 6 are prevalent to the
Albertine Rift region for instance collared apalis, dusky
creimson-wing, blue-headed sunbird, red faced woodland
warbler and black capped apalis.

The unique species include green breasted pitta, black bee-eater,
yellow spotted nicator, little greenbul, black eared ground thrush,
brown chested alethe, blue breasted kingfisher as well as
African pitta.

The park is a home to 325 variety of bird species, including
6 that are native to the Albertine Rift destination, that is to
say dusky crimsonwing, black capped apalis, blue headed
sunbird, collared apalis, red faced woodland warbler and
purple breasted sunbird.

Other Kibale specials are the green breasted pitta, African pitta,
black bee eater, Abyssinian ground thrush, yellow spotted nicator,
little greenbul, black eared ground thrush, brownchested alethe,
yellow rumped tinker bird, blue breasted kingfisher, along with
the crowned eagle. It's amazing for Bird watching .

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