The largest living land mammal, the African elephant, is a sight to behold on Uganda’s sprawling savannah. Their massive black forms can be seen from far away marching across the grasslands in search of the incredible amounts of vegetation they need to eat each day, along with around 30-50 gallons of water. This constant grazing is essential to the ecosystem, as it prevents the savannah and shrubland from turning into impenetrable forest.

Management Authority
Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage
Mr. Andrew Suguya
Executive Director, Uganda Wildlife Authority
Tel: +256 414 314 221; +256772 587 807

Mr. James Lutalo
Commissioner Wildlife Conservation