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Uganda: Pearl of Africa

February 17, 2021 @ 7:00 pm 8:30 pm

Shoebill; © Kevin Gusé
Shoebill; © Kevin Gusé

Kevin Gusé believes that the combination of primates, big game, and birds makes Uganda a truly unique destination. For example, did you know that Uganda is the most bird-diverse country in Africa, with an official list of almost 1,100 species? Please join Kevin as he recounts the adventures of his group during their trip in July 2019 to the “Pearl of Africa”.

Kevin Gusé has been birding throughout the United States and abroad  since receiving a gift membership to (then) Davis Audubon in 1985. He has served on the Davis/Yolo Audubon boards in many capacities (Membership Chair, Field Trip Chair, President and Fundraising Chair) over the years. Kevin continues to lead field trips for Yolo Audubon, sharing his love of raptors, migrants, and mountain birds.

You must register (no cost) in advance for this program. It is NOT a requirement that you be an Audubon member to attend. Follow this link to register:

Zoom limits the number of participants to 100. 

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registrants will receive email updates about this online event, as well as periodic email updates about Yolo Audubon’s conservation work and how you can help birds. (You can unsubscribe at any time.)

Please note: Participants must have the Zoom desktop client downloaded on their computer or on their Apple or Android mobile phone or tablet to access the meeting. An account with Zoom is not necessary to join a meeting.

Visit to learn how to join a Zoom meeting. You may email Yolo Audubon Program Chair Ken Ealy before the meeting if you need assistance.