Toro Semliki Wildlife Reserve
Gazetted in 1926, Toro Semliki Wildlife Reserve is one of the first reserves to be gazetted in Uganda. This was with the aim of protecting the many Uganda Kobs within this area. Primates, communities and the hot springs in the adjacent Semliki National Park are the top attractions in this area.
Chimpanzees can be tracked during a primate walk in the park however sightings are rare as they are mostly semi habituated. Researchers from the University of Indiana have been studying chimpanzees in the riverine forest of Mugiri and therefore a good spot to sight chimpanzees.
Chimpanzee Field Research at Semliki, Uganda