Salem Mugisha is a P4 pupil at Ainembabazi Primary School in Kabale Municipality
Uganda’s population of northern white rhinos and black rhinos were wiped out of Uganda after relentless poaching in the early 1980s.
Some of the animals were straying into communities and efforts to erect electric fences became futile because they were expensive.
The 25-year-old silverback was fatally stabbed in the abdomen last month.
All photos by Eddie Ssejjoba Amazing wild animals that remain friendly to human beings are found in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Baboons are some...
According to Byamugisha, by December 2020, the hotels alone are expected to have lost about sh2.563Trillion ($700m) as tax revenue into the country.
The items received are to be distributed across all national parks, in which some will help minimise the spread of COVID-19.
Already, 260 tourists who had made bookings prior to the country’s lockdown, on Wednesday reported at the Katungulu entry point of the Queen Elizabeth...
The UWA staff said they had tracked the animals and led the delegation to their location but on seeing a convoy of vehicles, they moved further inside....
"Despite the huge loss to the tourism sector due to COVID-19, Uganda is ready to revamp tourism, the leading foreign exchange earner."
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