Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Ishasha Sector- Climbing Lions, 500 Different Bird Species all in queen elizabeth Park

Ishasha sector border, is a key point that acts as a border, crossing station station and customs post
in the Kanungu City, in the Western Region of Uganda. It is can be seen covering 350 metres from the Ishasha River. It is borders Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo locally, and is 1.3 kilometers from the City of Ishasha.
Birding: This is another big area that offers a lot to birders in Africa, despite being best-known for its tree-climbing lions. Species that can be seen here include: Shoebill, Palm-nut Vulture, Hooded Vulture, African White-backed Vulture, Ruppell’s Griffon Vulture, Lappet-faced Vulture, Brown Snake Eagle, Wahlberg’s Eagle, Bateleur, Long-created Eagle, Martial Eagle, African Crowned Eagle and many more.

The border Section is well known to be a designated end of the Rukungiri – Kihihi – Ishasha – Kanungu Road. This partially forms the boundary of the Ishasha Sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, and is also on the boundary of Virunga National Park in the Congo.
Climbing Lions: Many people always feel delightful when they come to Ishasha because of this compelling and thrilling adventure.....

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