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Mabira: fotografías

NATURAL FOREST
 The thick green and high concentration of different forests in Uganda makes up part of why we have good weather,these forests are very much part of our lives and also home to a record of 1061 bird species, of which two are endemic and four are rare or accidental.For bird watching,forest walks and general avifauna,flora and fauna studies which Uganda hosts a lot of schools for such projects.Major forests include Mabira forest, Bwindi impenetrable forest, and Namanve forest...#chimp
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NATURAL FOREST The thick green and high concentration of different forests in Uganda makes up part of why we have good weather,these forests are very much part of our lives and also home to a record of 1061 bird species, of which two are endemic and four are rare or accidental.For bird watching,forest walks and general avifauna,flora and fauna studies which Uganda hosts a lot of schools for such projects.Major forests include Mabira forest, Bwindi impenetrable forest, and Namanve forest...#chimp (1ssemambo, ago 2019)
Mabira
NATURAL FOREST
 The thick green and high concentration of different forests in Uganda makes up part of why we have good weather,these forests are very much part of our lives and also home to a record of 1061 bird species, of which two are endemic and four are rare or accidental.For bird watching,forest walks and general avifauna,flora and fauna studies which Uganda hosts a lot of schools for such projects.Major forests include Mabira forest, Bwindi impenetrable forest, and Namanve forest...#chimp
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Baboons are terrestrial (ground dwelling) and are found in open savannah, open woodland and hills across Africa. Their diets are omnivorous: they eat insects, fish, shellfish, hares, birds, vervet monkeys, and small antelopes. They are foragers and are active at irregular times throughout the day and night. They can raid human dwellings, and in South Africa, they have been known to prey on sheep and goats.#why hold the tour pleasures back #explore #uganda #adventure #CATHIE TOURGUIDE UG
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Mabira Forest
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