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10:38
10:38

UWA Releases 58 Impounded African Grey Parrots UWEC 3 3

The birds were impounded at Bunagana in April 2022 and have been undergoing treatment and rehabilitation to ensure they can survive when returned to the wild.
11:47
11:47

Residents in Fear As Elephants Invade 15 Villages in Mitooma District UWA 2 5

The elephants have destroyed banana and sugarcane plantations, jack fruit, and pineapples among other crops besides attacking people.
12:16
12:16

Animals Don’t Speak; Let Us Speak for Them-Magistrate UWA 3 1

“One of the principles in our constitution is that justice must not be delayed. And Justice must be done for all. And for me, to all means to animals as well. Much as they don’t speak to say that I am hurt, they do expect justice,” Kamasanyu said in a recent interview with the Wildlife Trafficking Investigators Program in Gaborone, where she was one of the experts at an event hosted by the International Law Enforcement Academy.
14:54
14:54

Construction of Lakang Bridge Resumes After President`s Intervention UWA 1 2

Olanya says that he has received a letter from the Ministry of Wildlife, Tourism and Antiquities indicating that they have received a directive from the President to allow the bridge works to continue.
16:13
16:13

Stray Elephants, Buffaloes Spark Compensation Demands in Karenga UWA 1

The wildlife from the Kidepo Valley National Park strayed Wednesday and Thursday nights destroying the maize that was just ready for harvest. The destruction comes at a time when the region is struggling to cope with a threat of hunger and food insecurity where green belts such as Karenga, Kaabong, and parts of Kitido Nakapiripirit among others are the region’s food basket are also thrown into food loses due to prolonged drought and problem animal.
12:19
12:19

UWA Reopens Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola 2

Now, after close to two months with the sanctuary under lock and key, the wildlife body has announced the reopening in a joint statement issued by the UWA Executive Director Sam Mwandah and Charles Joseph Roy, the Managing Director of Ziwa Rhino & Wildlife Ranches.
16:08
16:08

UWA, Residents Agree to Reopen Boundaries on Disputed Land 2 5

UWA and the residents have been embroiled in a row over land measuring 9,000 acres of land neighbouring Queen Elizabeth National Park.
15:31
15:31

Ministry to Open Boundaries for Karenga, UWA Dispute

The two are locked in a land row over location of the site for district headquarters that is under construction in Kidepo Town Council. The site is allegedly situated inside part of the 956 square kilometres set aside as Karenga Community Wildlife Management Area, a protected area managed by Ateker Safari LTD, formerly known as Karamoja Safari LTD following an agreement with UWA.
18:10
18:10

RDC Writes to Museveni over District Headquarters Dispute UWA

The two bodies are locked up in a dispute over ownership of over 10 acres of land where the site for Karenga district headquarters is situated. UWA claims the land hosting the headquarters that are still under construction is a gazzeted area and part of Kidepo National Game Park. Late last year, UWA asked the district authorities to halt construction and demolish the structures but the district has remained adamant saying the land for district headquarters at Nakidiir, in Kidepo Parish belongs to the community.
09:08
09:08

Residents Capture Killer Crocodile Lake Kyoga 3 4 Top story

Mubarak Munafualiwo, who led a team of other fishermen to track down and capture the crocodile says it attempted to attack their colleagues’ boat near the shores prompting them to lay traps for it.
15:07
15:07

UWA Suspends Removal of Marabou Stork Nestlings from Parliament birds in Parliament 2 1

UWA and Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) have now suspended the process for 21 days to allow all the eggs to hatch and also the young birds to be able to fly.
13:22
13:22

Oyam Residents Demand Compensation for Destroyed Crops OPM 1 5

For more than four years, the residents have been losing crops and fruits to animals especially elephants straying from the Murchison Park with their numbers increasing every year.
16:00
16:00

UWA Starts Removing Marabou Stork Nestlings from Parliament KCCA 1 1

The move follows a plea by State Minister for Mineral Development Sarah Opendi earlier in September, to the Parliamentary Commission to get rid of Marabou storks around the precincts of Parliament saying they pause a health threat to the MPs.
16:55
16:55

Conservationists Reject Removal of Marabou Stork Nestlings from Parliament UWA 2 1

Conservationists have asked Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA and Members of Parliament to first address the problem of garbage and pollution instead of the removing the storks.
11:25
11:25

Elephant Dies in Kidepo Valley National Game Park ivory 2 1

Gilbrado Ediau Ecodu, the Game Warden Matheniko -Bokora Wildlife Reserve says the animal may have died of old age.
17:47
17:47

Tourism Paying Price for Coronavirus Outbreak United Kingdom 1 3 Top story

“Even someone who had planned to come say in November it might be very hard to do so because their economies have been largely affected. What this means is that things of tourism become secondary to them. The priority shifts to survival other than leisure,” Hangi said.
19:20
19:20

Apaa is 8km Inside Adjumani- Select Committee UWA 1

The committee travelled to London to retrieve the Uganda map indicating district boundaries as at Independence and also talking to experts and residents in the disputed areas.
15:36
15:36

UWA To Resume Electric Fencing Around Queen Elizabeth National Park Elephants 2 4

Pontious Nzuma, the Chief Warden Queen Elizabeth National Park, says they are set to continue with the work in a few days’ time. He says some sections will be erected to cross rivers and landscapes characterised by hard underlying rocks.
07:34
07:34

Crocodiles Scare Fishermen from Lake Victoria UWA 2 1

John Magunda, a fisherman in Buwooya sub county notes that the crocodiles hide under stones during the evening hours and often attack them forcing them to abandon their boats. He says the crocodiles do not only scare them from accessing the lake, but they also destroy their fishing nets.
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