The food is mostly vegetarian and consists of beans, rice, potatoes and cabbage with local pineapples and mangoes usually available. The domestic staff will supply a simple hot meal each evening. Researchers share a kitchen and can, if they wish, cook together and organise their own food shopping. Vegetables can be bought from nearby markets at Kabango (8 km) and Masindi (37 km). The kitchen is equipped with a gas cooker, water filter and cupboards for storing food.

History Of Budongo

The BCFS was founded by Dr Vernon Reynolds in 1990. At that time it was called the Budongo Forest Project.

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Where is Budongo

The Budongo Forest is a moist, semi-deciduous tropical rain forest located at the top of the Albertine Rift in Uganda.

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