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WHAT’S INSIDE

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Nile Stand Up Paddling (SUP)

24 ENTEBBE

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Business & Shopping
Entertainment, Health
Sports & Outdoors

37 FORT PORTAL

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Business & Shopping
Entertainment

40 JINJA

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Business & Shopping
Entertainment, Health
Sports & Outdoors 

49 KAMPALA

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Business
Construction & Homes
Education
Entertainment
Food & Drink
Health
Shopping
Sports & Outdoors
Travel & Tourism
Vehicles
Wellbeing

107 UP COUNTRY

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IMPORTANT INFO

Map of Uganda
Travelling to Uganda
About Uganda
National Parks
Entry into Uganda
Airlines
Embassies
Places of Worship
Things to do with Kids
Travel by Bus
We love our Pets
Conservation Organisations
Societies
Map of Entebbe
Entebbe Information Page
Entebbe International Airport
Fort Portal Information Page
Map of Jinja
Jinja Information Page
Kampala Information Page
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DID YOU KNOW?

Abyssinian Ground Hornbill

Abyssinian Ground Hornbill

The Abyssinian ground hornbill or northern ground hornbill (Bucorvus abyssinicus) is an African bird, found north of the equator, and is one of two species of ground hornbill. The Abyssinian ground hornbill is a large terrestrial hornbill with black body feathers and white primary feathers, which are visible in flight.

The adult male has a patch of bare blue skin around the eye and an inflatable patch of bare skin on the neck and throat, which is red apart from the upper throat, which is blue.

The bill is long and black except for a reddish patch at the base of the mandible. On top of the bill there is a short open-ended black casque.

The female is similar but smaller with any bare skin being wholly dark blue. It reportedly averages around 90 to 100 cm (35 to 39 in) tall, around 110 cm (43 in) and weighs approximately 4 kg (8.8 lb).

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