Uganda conservation foundation donates to Uganda wildlife authority

By our reporter

www.kigezinews.com

Uganda wildlife authority has been given surveillance equipment to help handle it’s activities. The items include GPS car Antena, base radio, boot mount antennas, duplexer cables among others.

Through its representative Mr Martin Sesanga, Uganda Conservation foundation has urged UWA to seriously conserve nature and save Uganda from extinction of beautiful species.

UWA is to use these equipment in its national parks including Murchison falls national park in the Albert in rift which is the largest and oldest park with 451 birds and 76 species. The park is headed by Mr Edison Nuwamanya, the chief warden.

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