Queen Elizabeth National Park is a bird lovers haven, the park has a variety of flora and fauna and it’s acknowledged to be a habitat for over 95 mammal species with about 612 species of birds.
Not only are there birds though, the park is also home to Cape buffalo, Uganda kob, waterbuck, warthlog, lion, leopard, hyena, giant forest hog as well as elephants. Topis can only be discovered in Ishasha and forest primate found in Kyambura gorge in addition to Maramagambo forest.
Mweya Peninsula overlooks Katwe bay of Lake Edward
Ishasha Tree Climbing Lions
Ishasha covers an area of about 100km south of Mweya. Among the inhabitants in this place include savannah woodland, Ishasha River along with Lake Edward that has a diversity of wildlife such as climbing lions, rare shoebill stork and many others.
Kazinga Channel is about 40m long adjoining Lake Gorge to Lake Edward. The shores of the lake attract a large concentration of mammals, birds as well as reptiles all year around.