Dwarf honeyguide in Uganda – Dwarf honey guide is a very small dark honey guide seen in montane forests in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park of Uganda. A Dwarf honey guide can be spotted at the forest edge in a community trail in Ruhija the Eastern part of Bwindi Forest and deep in the forest at an elevation of 1500 metres to 3400 metres above sea level and sometimes it goes to a lower altitude to feed in trails of Muzabigiro trail, River Ivi and Water fall trail in the primary forest.
Dwarf honey guide is endemic to montane forest which is easy to respond to its call when being taped in the forest. Dwarf honey guide can also be spotted in Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and Echuya forest reserve in the Southern part of Uganda.
To create more chances of spotting the Dwarf honey guide, a bird watcher needs to stay in Ruhija and wake up in morning to start searching for this bird in the trail that goes to the community area or search for it deep in the forest and on the main road passing through the forest.
Bwindi impenetrable national park is a home to over 450 mountain gorillas and tourists can combine birding and gorilla tracking together.
Tropical water falls walk.
The northern part of Bwindi impenetrable national park is a home to 3 water falls in the famous Munyaga River which flows from Bwindi to Lake Edward.
It’s important to note that before gorilla tourism started Bwindi was a home to the pygmy people who were relocated from the forest to the nearby community so a visit would you support them in making their life better.
Coffee and tea tour.
The high altitudes in Bwindi impenetrable national park has helped the growth of coffee and tea so while in Bwindi you can participate in the community walks to experience the true coffee and tea local processing program. Contact Great Adventure safaris to book a trip to see Dwarf honeyguide in Uganda montane forests.