Notes From the Jungle
Follow the adventures of the Volcanoes team in the field as they explore the vibrant lands of Uganda and Rwanda! Staff members will write from their different locations, Uganda-Rwanda-UK, with news and tips on the wildlife and community aspects of our Rwanda and Uganda jungle safaris from a variety of different angles.
Straight from source, these pieces will give you an insight into Uganda and Rwanda including traveling through the countryside, hiking the volcanoes, tracking gorillas, wildlife experiences and community project updates!
Batwa culture is one of the most ancient and endangered in the entire world, for thousands of years they have survived in the forest and have aRead More
Kidepo Valley National Park, one of the most remote National Parks in Uganda located in the North Easterly region, is celebrating 50 years ofRead More
The strong start to the year for Uganda continues as it receives even more international recognition for it's natural excellence, this time namingRead More
The Maryland Zoo of Baltimore has honored Gorilla Doctors Director Dr. Mike Cranfield with the 2012 Michael D. Hankin Award for Conservation. NamedRead More
On January 4th it was discovered that a newborn member of the Kahunge gorilla group in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest had died on 1 January. The infant'sRead More
Kyambura Gorge Chimpanzee Community located in Queen Elizabeth Park in southwestern Uganda is home to a highly endangered isolated chimpanzeeRead More
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