Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge is a heaven for all kinds of local birds that do not easily thrive in the surrounding agricultural plots, where natural shelter is rare and disturbance by human activity high
Over 40 species of birds (of which a few species and or subspecies are endemic to the Albertine Rift forests) have been identified on and around Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge. The Lodge’s nature gardens are also a nice place to relax and birdwatch.
Some of our staff members are interested in birds and will be pleased to escort you around the lodge’s property to observe the local birdlife.
The staff members speak English and have a genuine knowledge of the birdlife around Sabyinyo Silverback Lodge.
Binoculars are a must! Birds are especially active in the morning between 7am and 9.30am and in the afternoon between 4pm and 6pm.