Short Tailed Warbler in Uganda – Birding safaris in Uganda
Short tailed warbler in Uganda – Please note that birding in Uganda requires a specialist birding guide please contact Great adventure safaris for travel information about Uganda.
A Short Tailed Warbler is a bird species of a Warbler family commonly known as Neumann’s warbler that is seen in the montane forest of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. Short tailed like moving in the middle levels and on the ground but it doesn’t go to the forest canopy.
Short tailed warbler can be spotted in the Northern part of Bwindi Impenetrable forest of Buhoma, in the water fall trail, River Ivi trail going to Nkuringo on a bird watching walk in the hills of the Southern gate making it easy to spot at an altitude of 1500 metres to 3000 metres above sea level where it likes to reside along the streams in the montane forest.
The shot tailed warbler in Uganda needs a bird watcher to be having a good pair of binoculars, be strong enough, enough drinking water, rain jacket, a small medical kit, packed lunch as the place or the habitat is hilly when searching for the short tailed warbler. Bird watchers who are very fast and patient and can stay in the forest for longer hours searching in different trails hearing and listening to the short tailed warbler calling for two days will always have more chances of spotting the short tailed warbler.
Short tailed warbler as it is very fast and shy sometimes it may be difficult to spot. Bird watchers are required to stay longer like for two days thus creating more chances of spotting the Short tailed warbler.
Best time for birding in Uganda.
Birding in Uganda is active all year round but breeding season is usually from June to early October and the rainy season is usually tough due to the high rain falls in south western Uganda in the areas of Bwindi impenetrable national park, Rwenzori national park, Kibale forest national park and Semuliki national park.