Uganda Wildlife Authority’s November Newsletter

As part of the series to bring deeper insights to my readers, by reposting interesting blog articles or by sharing newsletters I get, here is the latest from the Uganda Wildlife Authority – enjoy the read!

STUDY SHOWS AMAZING WILDLIFE POPULATIONS ON SOUTHERN BANK

A study by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) using Game spy digital cameras around the Ayago water falls area on the Victoria Nile has shown big populations of wildlife in the southern sector of the Murchison Falls National Park than previously believed.

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UGANDA PRIME MINISTER TRACKS CLIMBING LIONS IN ISHASHA SECTOR

Uganda’s Prime minister and head of government business Mr. Amama Mbabazi on November 9th 2013 led a high powered delegation of eminent citizens to visit Ishasha sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park where he sighted the much sought after tree climbing lions.

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WORLD TRAVEL MARKET: EAST AFRICA TOURISM MINISTERS PROMOTE THE REGION AS A SAFE TRAVEL DESTINATION

Ministers responsible for Tourism from the East African Community (EAC) Partner States and the EAC Secretariat on Wednesday hosted an EAC Joint Event to promote the region as a Single Tourist Destination at the World Travel Market (WTM) 2013 in London.

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NOVEMBER 3 HYBRID ECLIPSE BOOSTS TOURISM IN UGANDA

All roads led to Packwach through Murchison Falls National Park as thousands thronged Owiny Primary school to get the best vantage point for viewing the hybrid eclipse on November 3rd,2013.

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NIGHT GAME DRIVES LAUNCHED IN MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK.

The leadership of Bunyoro Kitara kingdom whose three districts of Buliisa, Kiryandongo and Masindi border Murchison Falls National Park, has committed to supporting Uganda Wildlife Authority in the conservation of wildlife which will in turn boost tourism.

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URGENT DEAL REACHED FOR AFRICAN ELEPHANTS

Key states along the illegal ivory value chain have committed to urgent measures to halt the illegal trade and secure elephant populations across Africa. The agreement was reached at the African Elephant Summit convened by the government of Botswana and IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature).

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MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK: BAKER’S TRAIL IN OFFING

African Explorer and Anthropologist Julian Monroe Fisher, in conjunction with The Uganda Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife & Antiquities, The Uganda Wildlife Authority, the Ministry of Wildlife, Conservation & Tourism for South Sudan, the descendants of the Victorian explorer Sir Samuel White Baker, RailRiders Adventure Clothing and Costa Del Mar Sunglasses has announced plans to establish The Sir Samuel and Lady Florence Baker Historical Trail.

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UWA SCOOPS 13 TROPHIES IN INTERFORCES GAMES

Uganda Wildlife Authority known for conservation as its core mandate has proved a force to reckon with on the sports front by participating in the 2013 inter forces tournament where they scooped thirteen trophies in different events and disciplines.

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