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Program to feature 'Wildlife of Uganda'

2:14 PM, Feb. 10, 2014  |  Comments
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Steve Matherly will present a photographic tour of "Birds and Wildlife of Uganda" during the Aldo Leopold Audubon Society's program at 7 p.m. Feb. 19 at Lincoln Center, 1519 Water St.

Uganda is a superb place to see birds and wildlife. Despite being landlocked, the country boasts a bird list of more than 1,000 species, comprising nearly 10 percent of the world's bird species. Animal highlights include the endangered mountain gorilla as well as chimpanzees. Although Uganda lacks the massive herds of neighboring Kenya and Tanzania, its national parks do have good populations of antelope species, giraffes, elephants and zebras. In addition, butterfly enthusiasts can feast their eyes upon the more than 1,200 species of butterflies found in Uganda.

The program is free and open to the public. Families are encouraged to attend.

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