Journeys in Our Disappearing World 
by Gary Mancuso

The Last Places on Earth  

Uganda Summer 2008

Photo gallery of Bwindi Forest National Park and from other places I traveled to while in Uganda. My main goal in visiting Uganda was to see the large primates that Uganda is famous for. This of course is includes approximately half the world's remaining mountain gorillas. These live in the mountains of the Bwindi area which is near the borders with Rwanda and Democratic Republic of the Congo. I found Uganda overall to be a very interesting, if somewhat challenging, place to travel. Read my story about my travels in Uganda, Uganda: Gorillas, Pickpockets and Suffering in Silence

26 Curious Baboon near Kibali Forest and villages. Uganda-XL
26 Curious Baboon near Kibali Forest and villages. Uganda-XL
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23 One of those bird nests up close. Kibali Forest Area, Uganda-XL
23 One of those bird nests up close. Kibali Forest Area, Uganda-XL
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25 Local village lady near Kibali Forest. Uganda-XL
25 Local village lady near Kibali Forest. Uganda-XL
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24 Village children near Kibali Forest. Uganda-XL
24 Village children near Kibali Forest. Uganda-XL
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22 The balls in the trees are actually bird nests. Kibali Forest Area, Uganda -XL
22 The balls in the trees are actually bird nests. Kibali Forest Area, Uganda -XL
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21 Pygmies performing for me--I suspect they get bored doing this for visitors. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
21 Pygmies performing for me--I suspect they get bored doing this for visitors. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
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19 Pygmy lady now living in village, rather than former forest home. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
19 Pygmy lady now living in village, rather than former forest home. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
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20 Pygmies. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
20 Pygmies. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
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18 Village School. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
18 Village School. Bwindi, Uganda-XL
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