A DAY IN MURCHISON FALLS NATIONAL PARK

Here is a random selection of just a few of the photos taken during a day in Murchison Falls National Park.

There are many herds of elephants – but there’s nothing to compare with the excitement of seeing your first elephant!

 

There are many antelope to be seen, including large herds of Uganda Kob.

 

Watching a giraffe eat the leaves of a tall acacia thorn tree makes you realise what long necks and even long tongues they have!

There are so many Rothschild’s Giraffes, especially amongst the acacia thorn trees.

 

Bee-eaters are some of the most beautiful birds imaginable, as are Kingfishers.

 

 

There are a variety of water birds, by the Nile, by Lake Albert and by little pools.

 

If you are lucky, you will see Lions, although it is very rare to see a Leopard. You may also see Hyenas and Side-striped Jackals.

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