After breakfast we set off chimpanzee trekking in Kibale Forest National Park. Along the way, you get to see a number of bird species which include: the black-capped apalis, the blue-headed sunbird, the collared apalis, the dusky crimsonwing, the purple-breasted sunbird, and the red-faced woodland warbler. Other Kibale specials include, the African pitta, the green breasted pitta, the black bee-eater, the yellow spotted nicator, the yellow rumped tinker bird, the little greenbul, the black-eared ground thrush, the brownchested alethe, the blue-breasted kingfisher, the Abyssinian groundthrush, and the crowned eagle.
After lunch in the afternoon, we drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park. This is home to up to 604 different bird species. Some of the bird species of note include, the African skimmer, the black rumped button quail, Verreaux's eagle owl, the red-footed falcon, lesser flamingoes, the grey-capped warbler, White's and Abdim's storks (when in season), the amur falcon, ovampo sparrowhawk, the wooly-necked and saddle-billed storks, and numerous classes of raptors, vultures and plovers.
Birding will be arranged for the evening and thereafter, an overnight stay and dinner at your selected lodging.