Uganda Wildlife Centre

Uganda Wildlife Centre – Discover Uganda’s Wonderful Wildlife

Welcome to Uganda Wildlife Centre, a virtual home for all Uganda’s wildlife. This is Uganda’s complete wildlife resource with all the information and facts you need to know about the flora and fauna in this beautiful country.

Uganda Animals – the Ultimate Guide

On this guide you’ll find Uganda’s animals list that includes not only the country’s most famous animals, but also many of its lesser-known species. This is the ultimate guide to the animal kingdom of Uganda. Here you’ll discover many different types of animal and how they’re classified – with awesome pictures and links to further information. From the smallest insects to the largest apes – the mountain gorillas; Uganda’s animals come in many different shapes and sizes and are found in different habitats and ecosystems.

Learn about Uganda’s Animals: The Ultimate Guide

Invertebrates: Insects
Vertebrates: Fish, Mammals, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds

Quick Guides
– Rain Forest Animals in Uganda
– Endanhgered Animals in Uganda
– Mammals – The Ultimate Guide

Places Where to See Uganda Wildlife

  • National Parks
  • Game Reserves
  • Forest Reserves
  • Sanctuaries
  • Ecotourism Sites
  • Wildlife Education Centers
  • Important Bird Areas

Guides to Meeting Uganda Animals

Uganda is home to many of the world’s most famous animals. Lions, zebras, giraffes, mountain gorillas, hippos, crocodiles and rhinos are all found in Uganda’s national parks, game reserves and forest reserves.  Discover more about how you can meet Uganda’s amazing wildlife: see our guides to the best places where you can see each wildlife specie while on a safari in Uganda.

Wildlife Safari Planning

Uganda is a big safari country. With both savanna wildlife and forest animals, Uganda is one of the best safari destinations in Eastern Africa. You can enjoy different wildlife experiences while in this country including gorilla safaris, chimpanzee tracking safaris as well as traditional African safaris in savanna national parks.

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