Lake Mburo National Park Uganda
Lake Mburo?Park?contains?an intensive?space?of?wetland?and harbours?many?species of mammals?as well as Zebras, impalas, elands, topi and buffaloes. The bird population includes the rare?shoebird?wader, its sculptured landscape with rolling?grass like?hills and idyllic lakeshores?includes a?varied mosaic of habitats: forest galleries,?rich tree valleys, seasonal, and permanent swamps?that?all support a wealth of?wildlife.
The park?is simply?370km?and also the?smallest of Uganda’s Savannah national parks. Its mosaic habitat: dry?side, rocky outcrops, bushes, thickets, open and?sylvan?Savannah’s, forests, lakes and swamps?are?home to a surprising diversity of plants and animals.
This Park?is known?for its richness in?multifariousness.?Its?about?sixty eight?completely different?species of mammals. The common ones?are?zebras, impalas, and buffaloes, topis and elands that?are?herbivores and leopards, hyenas and jackals that?are?predators. The park?additionally?has?over?315?completely different?species of birds?as well as?the rare?wading bird?stork, papyrus?yellowbird, African fin foot, saddle?beaked?wading bird, brown chested wattled?shore bird, curruther’s cisticola,?urban center?cisticola,?woodcock snipe,?domestic cat?ground?coraciiform bird?and white winged warbler.
Acacia species,?magnoliopsid genus?species and Boscia species dominate the woody vegetation of Lake Mburo