A staff of Uganda Wildlife Safaris together with a local hunter who had hunted several Giant Cane Rats which are a local delicacy. Normally this method of hunting is also done with well trained dogs.
Staff of Uganda Wildlife Safaris off-loading poaching equipment at the Uganda Wildlife Authority Headquarters at Paraa in Murchison Falls National Park.
To enforce the law and be hard on the tracks of poachers is an essential part of success. These two poachers were handed over to Uganda Wildlife Authority by whom they were taken to court!
This is a Nile Buffalo badly injured by a wire snare. The wound was badly infected and the buffalo was so weakened that he stayed close to the community. Luckily a client of ours took him out.
Another Nile Buffalo badly injured by poachers with a speer. The Buffalo was also taken out by one of our clients!
A Hartebeest Female caught in a spring trap. It is very sad to see this. Not only are these traps a danger to us and the game scouts, they wound the animals badly. Although the leg was not broken, the trap had removed the flash down to the bone. We ended the suffering of the animal immediately.
Uganda Wildlife Safaris Ltd. oprates its wildlife management concessions under a revenue sharing scheme which benefits
The following income was generated by Uganda Wildlife Safaris Ltd. for its stakeholders:
The Grand Total generated for stakeholders: