Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, lies south-western Uganda about 530km from the Capital (Kampala) and close to the border with Rwanda and DRC. One of the world's endangered primates have started multiplying numbers in some parts of their location.
Bwindi is one of the areas that the gorillas have increased in number, adding 300-340 gorillas after the produced their babies. This is according to the results of the census conducted in Bwindi impenetrable forest with the help of the authorities and local residents. You can check this out to get more ideas about African safaris.
Increased growth of 12% in the number is a clear indication that the wildlife conservation programs implemented in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park main purpose of bird watchers and gorilla trekking. More than half the population of 700 gorillas in the world there are positive results to this families to increase further, said the executive director of Uganda wildlife Authority.
During the war that nearly ruined east Africa in the 1970s and 1980s, primates are being hunted for a meal and this almost extinguished the gorillas from their locations in the three countries of Uganda, Rwanda and Congo, but the gorilla population now stands at 720 with half the number in Uganda.
Due to the increase in the gorilla population and the continued health status, UWA has started a habituation process for two more gorilla groups as part of efforts to boost tourism revenue and satisfy the increasing public demand for gorilla tracking.