Lake Mburo National Park
At 260 km2, Lake Mburo is the smallest of Uganda’s National parks. Formerly a game reserve to protect wildlife from returning humans displaced by tsetse fly, it was upgraded to park status in 1983.
Its range of habitat which include grassland, woodland, swamp and rock Kopjes support an impressive variety of wildlife including some rarities. Lake Mburo is the only park in Uganda to contain impala and the only one in the rift region to host Burchell’s Zebra and Elandi.
Commoner residents include Buffalo, Oribi, waterbuck, Reedbuck, hippo and Crocodile are found in the lake. These animals can be seen on a Boat trip from Rwonyo.
A respectable bird list of 315 species has been recorded in the park to date and the acacia species are especially well-represented.

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