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Convoy scares away lions in National Park

By Eddie Ssejjoba

Added 25th July 2020 01:36 PM

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.

Convoy scares away lions in National Park

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.

All pictures by Eddie Ssejjoba

The Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) Executive Director, Sam Mwandha, has apologised to the European Union (EU) ambassadors in Uganda for failure to see the tree-climbing lions in the Ishasha sector inside the Queen Elizabeth National Park.

He also apologised on behalf of the animals that decided to move, on seeing a big convoy approaching their territory. 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.

 

A long wait did not yield any results and the tourists were promised that they would be able to see the lions after moving to the upper side of the park.

 

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