As went on with business on 26th January, 2016. Our rescue team received an emergency call from the airport authorities at Entebbe International Airport. We wasted no time and rushed to the scene, where we found a bird that had been hit by the plane. The wings were completely shuttered and had to be amputated. […]
When was the last time you went out to the forest? Had such a nice and natural breeze? Listened to the animals, birds or insects sounds so lound but organised? Try it during your next visit to the wildlife education centre. Discover many free ranging animals from monkeys, birds to antelopes!
Wondering where to spend your weekend, want a clean safe to swim beach with life savers and trained personnel ready to help at all time? Don’t look else where, just come to the wildlife education centre, Entebbe. Watch the animals and make use of the longest beachline in Entebbe. See you soon!
Last week, the wildlife education centre was delighted to receive a baby elephant feeding bottle from Dr. Brina Bunt. It is through people’s generous support that we are able to care for the rescued, confiscated and animals in distress and need at our facility. Anybody can make a difference for wildlife. You too can contribute […]
New for 2015: You can join our avian team in training and providing enrichment of birds. Learn about the different bird behavior and conservation status. Get an insight on how our team works with them during open sessions on Saturday morning. Meet interesting feathered friends including; peacocks, hens, parrots and many more every Saturday and […]
Be part of the first people to take part in a thrilling one hour walk and experience with the cheetah as they make their daily enrichment exercises through the centre. Discover many amazing facts and experiences as you listen to the keeper talks and take photos of a life time. Contact our marketing and reservation […]
Since July, our Education and Information Department has had a busy outreach schedule in both East (Jinja) and South Western Uganda (Kisoro, Hoima). The team reached out to over 5000 people, school and communities in the above areas. Your school or community can invite our team for a conservation talk. . Uganda trip planner
Following the end of his four months quarantine period and two weeks integration with a physical barrier between the pride and Letaba. It was all joy and excitement as our new male lion- Letaba finally joined the three girls. There was no aggression or any attacks on the females as anticipated by the keepers, except […]
On 31st July, 2015 the management of Uganda Wildlife Education Centre, Uganda Wildlife Authority and Santa Barbara Zoo, California- USA signed a three year Memorandum of Understanding. The main objective of the tripartite collaboration is to maximize the conservation and preservation of the giraffe and ostrich populations in Kidepo Valley NP, and to improve livelihoods […]
Uganda joined the rest of the world to celebrate the World Wildlife Day on 3rd March, 2015. The celebrations started with pre events on 2nd March, 2015 in Kampala. These were presided over by the Minister for Tourism Wildlife and Antiquities, Honorable Maria Mutagamba. They included public match which ended at the Uganda Museum with […]