How Much Is Bird Watching On Mount Moroto In 2024/2025

what is the price for bird watching around mount moroto in 2024/2025

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Bird watching around Mount Moroto and its surroundings is a true unique birding environment’ due to the magical scenery, remarkable tribal cultures, many bird species, and wildlife that you won’t see elsewhere in Uganda. Click here to see mountain gorilla trekking safaris 


Bird watching features the Karamoja region as an ‘undiscovered niche of Uganda, ‘Uganda’s trending birding ideal destination’, ‘Bird watching in Karamoja is Uganda off-the-Beaten-Track and ‘Wonderful bird species in Uganda’s northeastern frontier ‘. Click here to see our recommended mountain gorilla trekking tour 


Karamoja’s bird habitat is unique for Uganda.

The Karamoja region favors an impressive collection of Somali-Masai biome bird species. Bird watching in this area is a whole new experience for travelers who love only the traditional Uganda bird watching tour, but you can also engage in bird watching in the central, southwestern, and western parts of Uganda. While you explore Mount Moroto’s southern rocky slopes, acacia trees, and broad-leaved woodlands, there are a couple of incredible bird species that include the Orange River (Archer’s) Francolin, Grey Wren-warbler, Wahlberg’s Honeyguide, Uncommon Hemprich’s Hornbill, and the restricted-range African Citril.”


Which bird species can I see around Mount Moroto in 2024/2025

Mount Moroto is another bird’s haven offering bird species such as  Amethyst Sunbird, Boran Cisticola, Cinnamon-Breasted Rock Bunting, Buff-crested Bustard, Cinnamon-Chested Bee-Eater, Fox Kestrel, Hemprich’s Hornbill, Grey Wren-warbler, Mouse-colored Penduline-Tit, Orange River (Archer’s) Francolin, Purple Grenadier, Red-and-yellow Barbet, Purple-banded Sunbird,  Restricted-range African Citril, Shining Sunbird, Reichenow’s Seedeater / yellow-rumbed seedeater, , Straw-tailed Whydah, Stone Partride, The infamous Boran Cisticola, Striped Breasted Seedeater, Three-streaked Tchagra, Tiny Cisticola, Verroux’s Eagle, Uncommon Hemprich’s Hornbill, and White-bellied Canary

What is the Best Time for Bird Watching on Mount Moroto?

The birdlife on Mount Moroto can be monitored all year-round, but it is best done in March and September. October to March has the least rain, while April to May, Mount Moroto has rain, and again, from July to September, it has the most rain. Heavy rains can easily interfere with bird-watching. Mount Moroto’s main nesting season is between May and June, when food is plentiful from late May to September.