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Published on Feb 23, 2012
The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda, with its 43 finch species which includes the elusive and threatened Shelley's crimsonwing, is rapidly becoming the world's top destination for avid finch enthusiasts. Let Miriam van Heist from the Institute of Tropical Forest Conservation (ITFC), who are the highly valued ground partners to the Rare Finch Conservation Group (RFCG), share with you her exciting vision for the ITFC and its tiny community based in the local village of Ruhija, which is situated on the edge of this magnificent tropical rain forest. Ruhija, with its spectacular views over the forest, by and large, is difficult to access without a 4X4 vehicle and for some people it is considered to be the most beautiful place in Uganda. For more information visit www.rarefinch.co.za or email email@example.com