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Gorilla baby boom continues to Mgahinga

As conservationists were celebrating the six babies produced within less than six weeks in Bwindi, the kinsmen to the Mountain Gorillas in Mgahinga added...

Baby boom in Uganda's wilderness

On August 27, this year, UWA received a new baby gorilla delivered by Kibande of the Rushegura gorilla family in Buhoma sector of Bwindi.

Man who killed gorilla jailed 11 years

Byamukama, who was on a hunting spree in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, had a nasty encounter with Rafiki, a silverback and the king of Nkuringo gorillas...

Rafiki stabbed to death by poachers

The police have since arrested four poachers who include Felix Byamukama, Valence Museveni, Yonas Mubangisi and Bampabenda Everest.

Baby boom at Bwindi Park as two gorillas...

The sexes of both baby gorillas are not yet known due to the tight security mounted by the parents to guard them against any danger, according to UWA....

Uganda ranked among the top tourists destinations...

The article outlines key features such as Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary in south-western Uganda.

Sh4b for earmarked for Bwindi community sharing...

The money will be used to finance the implementation of conservation projects identified in the four districts surrounding Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Govt told to urgently resettle people evicted...

The Equal Opportunities Commission wants government to implement the Benet consent judgment of 2005

Easter at Bwindi impenetrable forest

A total of 20 people over the Easter Weekend trekked Bwindi impenetrable Forest in South Western Uganda in a charity move.

20 trek Bwindi for charity

Kendegye, who in the past organised trips to Kidepo and Muhabura over the same cause, said that using adventure on charity causes is a unique way to promote...


Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

Kawempe neonatal ICU gets new equipment

The health minister, Dr Ruth Aceng, urged health workers to use the new facilities to save the newborns.