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100 Year Old Kenya Tracks Gorillas in Mgahinga

100 Year Old Kenya Tracks Gorillas in Mgahinga

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A 100 year old Kenyan man has become the oldest tracker to have ever visited the gorillas. Charles Mugane Njonjo did a gorilla trek in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park in celebration of his birthday. If gorilla tracking was on Charles’ bucketlist, he can successfully tick it off. Mzee Njonjo as often referred to by “Kenyans”

Why uganda increased gorilla trekkig fees

Why Uganda Increased the Charges for Gorilla Trekking

Why Uganda Increased the Charges for Gorilla Trekking

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When it comes to Tourism, Uganda is mainly represented by Mountain Gorillas all around the world and indeed, they are the star attractions for the ever green ‘pearl of Africa’. Uganda receives millions of tourists across the globe mainly for Gorilla Safaris mostly in the tropical rain Forest of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park that protects

Baby Gorilla Born in Nyakagezi Group

Baby Gorilla Born in Nyakagezi Group

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After be-mourning the death of one of the oldest silverback gorilla in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda has reported a birth of a baby gorilla! In Mgahinga National park a gorilla was born on 1st December 2016, in the presence of Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) rangers and an American Tourist. Dina Tamimi, an American Citizen who

Makerere University Honors American for Mountain Gorilla Conservation

Makerere University Honors American for Mountain Gorilla Conservation

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Makerere University Kampala (MUK) has awarded an honorary doctorate degree to an American Philanthropist, Ruth Morris Keesling for her contributions towards the conservation of the mountain gorillas in Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Keesling was nominated for the award by the Makerere University Department of Veterinary Medicine in acknowledgment of her contribution

Nyakagezi Gorillas Return to the Park

Nyakagezi Gorillas Return to the Park

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It was proclaimed that gorillas are back in Mgahinga National park. This was after a prolonged 3 years’ disappearance of gorilla which had crossed to Rwanda Pac des Volcanos which is also home to these endangered mountain Gorillas. The habituated Mgahinga family of Nyakagezi had reduced from 11 in number to seven gorillas. As more

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