East Africa Bush Tails

Gorilla Groups – Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, Uganda

Mubare Group – Buhoma/Gorilla Forest Camp side: (5 members)
One Silverback, one black-back, one adult female and two juveniles.

Rushegura Group – Buhoma/Gorilla Forest Camp side: (21 members)
One Silverback, one black-back, five adult females, two sub-adults, six juveniles and six Infants.

Habinyanja Group – Buhoma/Gorilla Forest Camp side: (17 members)
One Silverback, five adult females, three sub-adults, two juveniles & six infants.

Bitukura Group – Buhoma/Gorilla Forest Camp side:(13 members)
One Silverback, three sub-silverbacks, two black-backs, three adult females, one juveniles and three infants.

Oruzogo Group – Buhoma/Gorilla Forest Camp side: (23 members)
One Silverback, one sub-silverback, five black-backs, seven adult females, four juveniles and five infants.

Nkuringo Group – Kisoro/Clouds side: (17 members)
One dominant silverback, three sub-silverbacks, three black-backs, three adult females, three juveniles and four infants.

Nshongi Group – Kisoro/Clouds side:(21 members)
One Silverback, two sub-silverback, three black-backs, six adult females, six juveniles and three infants.

Mishaya Group – Kisoro/Clouds side:(7 members)
One Silverback, two adult females, one sub-adult and three infants.

Kahungye Group – Kisoro/Clouds side: (24 members)
One silverback, two sub-silverbacks, three black-backs, four adult females, Three sub-adults, seven juvineles and four infants.

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