Budongo Conservation Field Station

Budongo Conservation Field Station is located within the Budongo Forest, a moist, semi-deciduous tropical rainforest at the top of the Albertine Rift. It is classified as a Central Forest Reserve and comprises 435 km² of continuous forest cover and numerous strips of riverine forest that stretch into the surrounding areas, mainly sugar cane plantations and other cropland. The forest is home to several primate species, including chimpanzees, blue monkeys, red-tail monkeys, Guereza colobus monkeys and baboons.

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