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Baby Gorilla Rescued from Snare in Rwanda

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Fortunately, wildlife staff from the Karisoke Research Center discovered it and it's okay now. Tags: rwanda africa animal rescue poaching gorilla. Back in February, a three-year-old gorilla was caught in a poacher's snare meant for antelope. Here's the story from the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund website.

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Bird Uganda with Bird Uganda Safaris

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Herbert is Managing Director of Bird Uganda Safaris, LTD and his company offers a variety of birding and wildlife tours of the most naturally resplendent regions of Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda. Black-chested snake Eagle with a snake at Matheniko Wildlife Reserve Eastern Uganda. Herbert holds a B. Shoebill at Mabamba Swamp.

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Birds of Kruger National Park and Wildlife of Ecuador: Two WILDGuides Reviewed

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Both men lead trips for tour company Tropical Birding (Barnes is a founder), and they have also co-authored Wildlife of Madagascar (another WildGuide volume, 2016), Birding Ethiopia (with Christian Boix, 2010) and Wild Rwanda (with Christian Boix, 2015). And, heavy.). Birds of Kruger National Park. by Keith Barnes & Ken Behrens.

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Birding crème de la crème: Africa – Ngorongoro Crater to Queen Elizabeth II National Park

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The bird-richest region of Africa is its equatorial East: Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi (unlike the rest, the last one, Burundi, is politically unstable and not recommendable). The greatest wildlife spectacles in the world! There are many species of waders and ducks, vultures, raptors and storks. Serengeti National Park.

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Our Favorite Bird Books (and one pair of Binoculars) of 2022

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[Dragan]: What puts Philip Briggs’s Sri Lanka into a class of its own is a special emphasis on nature and wildlife-watching tourism.

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Tembe Elephant Park, South Africa

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I wasn’t there to birdwatch, however, I was volunteering with Wildlife ACT, a conservation organisation that provides science monitoring to the parks of Zululand in South Africa (and increasingly, beyond). The first Lions to be re-introduced to Rwanda a few days ago were sourced from Tembe. But the wildlife and scenery was epic.

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“Wild Rwanda – Where to watch birds, primates, and other wildlife”

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Forget the old news, Rwanda of today is one of Africa’s safest, cleanest and most stable countries. The “Wild Rwanda – Where to watch birds, primates, and other wildlife” gives you the info how and where to look for both birds and mammals (not just primates, the title is somewhat misleading).

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