Am out on a holiday to India….Will be away from blogging my photographs till 15th March…Watch out for more after I return. Have a wonderful week and stay blessed..
A friendly fight between the crowned cranes,national bird of Uganda. This was taken while we were coming back from Bwindi to Kampala , passing through the villages, where there were a flock of cranes in a farm.This shot is taken near Mbarara, Uganda
There are roughly 800 mountain gorillas remaining on Earth, and nearly half live in the forests of the Bwindi and Virunga in Uganda .In the thick forests of central and west Africa, troops find plentiful food for their vegetarian diet. They eat roots, shoots, fruit, wild celery, and tree bark and pulp.Taken at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest,Uganda
Did you know?-Gorillas are able to manipulate objects with their feet as well as their hands because of their opposable big toe.Unlike human feet, gorillas have an opposable toe allowing them to grasp items with their feet.
Taken at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest- Uganda
Gorillas are colorblind but their other senses are very highly developed. They use gestures, body language and special vocal skills for communicating with each other.This shot was taken at Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda.
Canon 5d Markiii – Canon 100-400 mm L IS lens
Rothschild’s giraffe is one of the most endangered giraffe subspecies, with only a few hundred members in the wild. It is also known as the Ugandan giraffe. All of those living in the wild are in protected areas in Kenya and Uganda.This is taken at Murchison Falls National park,Uganda