Dusk Till Dawn Birding-Uganda

Uganda has an increasing reputation as an exceptional worldwide destination for Bird Watching. The country hosts over 1.500 species of birds, due to the diversity of its territory, from the lakes, rivers, mountains, tropical rain forests to the desert land of Karamoja.

Wild Trails Safaris Offers birding tour with our trained birding guides. Choose from our birding packages that will suit your time frame.

Uganda‘s 10 most commonly sought after birds:

  • Shoe bill stork
  • African green Broadbill
  • Green-breasted pitta
  • Nahans francolin
  • Brown chested pullover
  • Karamoja Apalis
  • Black bee eater
  • Ruwenzori turaco
  • Red fronted anti pecker
  • Purcell’s illadopsis.

Kibale National Park: Red winged francolin, red chested fluff tail, white napped pigeon, African pita, white-napped pigeon, Joyful green bull, grey winged pigeon, Abyssinian ground thrush, grey throated fly catcher, white bellied crested flycatcher masker, Uganda woodland warbler, chestnut-winged, Scaly Francolin, Marsh Tchagra, Black-bellied Seed cracker, Green-backed Twin spot, Bi- colored Manikin, White-napped Pigeon, Afep Pigeon, Narina’s Trogon, Joyful Green bull, Olive Long-tailed Cuckoo, the Black Bee-eater. The bird list counts about 335 species.

 

Mabamba Swamp:

Mabamba sawmp is one of the best destination for birding in outskirts of Kampala, we will look for the most rare native birds living and residing in this swamp like the Blue-breasted kingfisher, Wayne’s Weaver, White-spotted Fluff tail, Blue-shouldered Robin-chat, Grey Parrot, Lemon Dove, Black-billed Turaco, Fire-crested Althea, Snowy-headed Robin-chat, Dusky Long-tailed Cuckoo, Hair-breasted Barbet, Woodland Warbler, Olive Green bull, Sooty Boubou.

 

Queen Elizabeth National Park:

Over 550 bird species, includes 11 types of king fisher, several falcons eagles and other raptors, flamingoes, shoebill stork, African skimmer, white-winged warbler, papyrus Gonolek, black bee eater, Red-necked Falcon, Black-billed Barbet, Leaf-love, Black-chinned Quail-finch , African Pygmy-goose, Blue-breasted Bee-eater, Lesser Swamp-warbler, White-headed Barbet and Yellow Bishop.

 

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park: This is one of the richest flora and fauna forests of East Africa. It has over 357 bird species. See the Albertine rift Endemics, Archer’s Robin chat, Kiev gerund thrush, Collared pails, yellow-eyed black flycatcher, Rwenzori batis, Red-throated Alethe, Equatorial Akalat, Forest Robin, Montane Oriole, Grey-throated Barbet, Hairy-breasted Barbet, African Broadbill, Black Bee-eater, Pale-breasted Illadopsis, Narina’s Trogon, Pettit’s Cuckoo shrike, Black-faced Rufous Warbler.

 

Ruhija (Bwindi): White-starred Robin, Grey Cuckoo shrike, Strange Weaver, Banded Prinia, Brown-chested Alethe, Slender-billed Greenbul, Yellow-streaked Green bull, White-browed Crombec, Mountain Illadopsis, Luehder’s Bush-shrike, Grey-green Bush-shrike.

 

Bigodi wetland sanctuary: black billed turaco, white spotted crake, Blue-headed Coucal, Blue-breasted Kingfisher, Scaly-throated Honey guide and Black-faced Rufus Warbler.

 

Budongo Forest: Ituri Batis, Rufous-crowned Eremomela, Forest Francolin, Yellow and Grey Long bills, Yellow-spotted Barbet, Red-tailed Ant thrush, Dusky Long-tailed Cuckoo, Banded Snake-eagle, African Pied Hornbill, Brown-backed Scrub-robin, Black Bishop, Brown Twin sport, Black-bellied Fire finch, Chocolate-backed Kingfisher, White-thighed Hornbill, Yellow-billed Barbet, Spotted Green bull, Cameroon Somber Green bull, Slender-billed Green bull, Black-capped Apalis, Lemon-bellied Crombec, Green Hylia, Pale-breasted Illadopsis, Forest Flycatcher, Fire-crested Alethe, Yellow Long bill, Yellow-browed Camaroptera, Crowned Eagle, Yellow-footed Flycatcher, African Dwarf Kingfisher.

 

 

Semliki National Park: Spot-breasted Ibis, Northern Bearded Scrub-robin, Capuchin Babbler, Lyre-tailed Honey guide, Yellow-throated Green Cuckoo, White-bellied Kingfisher, Maxwell’s Black Weaver, Black-winged Oriole, Red-eyed Puff back, Crested and Red-bellied Malimbe, Brown-crowned Eremomela, Zenker’s Honey guide and African Piculet.

 

 

Lake Mburo National Park:

African Fin foot, Brown-chested Lapwing, Lilac-breasted Roller, Black-bellied Bustard, Helmeted Guinea fowl, Coqui Francolin, Rufous-napped Lark, Morning Dove, Dideric Cuckoo, Grey-capped Warbler, Black-headed Weaver and Ring necked dove

  • Birding at Mabamba Swamp
  • Birding in Lake Mburo national park
  • Birding in Bwindi – Ruhija
  • Birding in Bwindi -Buhoma
  • Birding in queen Elizabeth national park
  • Birding in Semliki national park
  • Birding in Kibale forest national park
  • Birding in Budongo forest
  • Birding in Murchison falls national park
  • Birding on the way to Kitgum
  • Birding in Kidepo national park
  • Mabira Forest

Route:

  • Day 1: Birding in Mabamba Swamp
  • Day 2: Birding in Lake Mburo national park
  • Day 3,4 & 5: Birding in Ruhija
  • Day 6,7 & 8: Birding in Buhoma
  • Day 9,10 & 11: Birding in queen Elizabeth national park
  • Day 12,13 & 14: Birding in Semliki national park- transfer to Kibale national park
  • Day 15 & 16 : Birding in Kibale forest national park
  • Day 17 & 18 : Birding in Budongo forest
  • Day 19, 20 & 21: Birding in Murchison falls national park
  • Day 22: Transfer to Kitigum- Birding on the way
  • Day 23, 24 & 25: Birding in Kidepo National park
  • Day 26  : Transfer to Mabira forest
  • Day 27: Birding in mabira
  • Day 28: Morning birding – transfer to Entebbe

                                                    Map of Uganda showing travel route

Day 1. Mabamba swamp.
After an early morning breakfast, you will leave for Mabamba swamp, birding en-route where you’re likely to encounter a number of bird species that include; The Red headed Lovebird, Black headed Oriole, tawny franked Prinia, African marsh Harrier, Black Bishop, Lizard Buzzard, Ruppel’s long tailed Starling, and the Broad billed Roller among others. You reach the swamp and take a canoe  ride to the swamp in search for the rear Shoe billed stork. Along with the Shoe bill, you are likely to encounter the orange weavers, Malachite King Fisher, African and Lesser Jacana, Purple Heron, Purple Swamphen, Black Crake, Weyns’s. We latter transfer to Lake Mburo National Park arriving in the late afternoon and enter the Park.

Mid range accommodation: Rwaboko rock lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 2. Game drive and boat cruise in Lake Mburo National Park.
After an early morning breakfast, we go bird watching in search for Emerald-spotted Wood-dove, Short-toed Snake-Eagle,Great Spotted Cuckoo, Double toothed, Red faced, Spot flanked and Crested barbets, African Snipe, Water Thick-knee, White winged Tit, Brown-backed Scrub-robin,Broad-tailed Whydah, Brown Parrot and Coqui Francolin among others. We will bird whole day with our packed lunch, and at 5pm we will have a boat ride to look for the Black-headed, Lesser-masked, Golden-backed, Red-headed and Little Weavers, African Fin foot .

Mid range accommodation: Rwaboko rock lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 3, 4 & 5. Birding along Lake Mburo to Bwindi & Mubwindi Swamp Ruhija
You will transfer to the Ruhija sector of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park where you will stay for 3 nights while birding day and night. We will look for some of the Albertine Rift endemics and specialties including like the Handsome Francolin, Green broadbill, the Grauer’s Rush Warbler, Archer’s Robbin Chat, Strange Weaver, Grey Cuckoo-shrike, Chetnut-throated, and Mountain masked Apalis, Yellow-streaked, Shelley’s, Red-tailed, Yellow-throated, Mountain and Honeyguide Greenbuls, Rwenzori Batis, Mountain Yellow Warbler, Great Blue, Black-billed and Rwenzori Turaco, Mountain Illadopsis, African Hill-Babbler, Purple-breasted, Regal, Rwenzori Double Collared and Blue-headed Sunbirds.

Mid range accommodation:  Ruhija gorilla lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 6,7 & 8. Transfer to Buhoma, North of Bwindi National Park.
After breakfast, you will transfer to Buhoma with en-route birding at the neck of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park, in search for the Dusky and Cassin’s Grey Flycatcher, Stripe Breasted Tit,Cinnamon-chested, White-throated and Black bee-eater Many coloured Bush-shrike,Cassin’s Hawk Eagle Olive and Western Bronze Naped Ppigeon, White bellied, Red-caped and Blue-shouldered Robin Chat, Bar- tailed Tragon, Red Chested Owlet, Neumann’s and Black-faced Rufous Warbler, White Tailed Flycatcher, Olive Long –tailed Cuckoo, Pale breasted Illadopsis, Red-throated and Fire-crested Alethes, Collared, Yellow-breasted and Black-throated Apalis, Baglafecht, Yellow-mantled, Black-billed and Brown-caped Weavers, Narrow-tailed and Stuhlmann’s Starlings, Rufous-chested Fluff tail, and the Bat Hawk.

Mid range accommodation: Haven lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 9, 10 & 11. Transfer to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
After breakfast, you will transfer to the southern sector of Queen Elizabeth National Park, (Ishasha) famous for the  Brown Chested Lapwing, Violet-backed and Wattled Starling, Garden, Broad-tailed, Brown and Western Banded Snake-Eagles, Black and Black-Shouldered Kite, Black-chested Snake-Eagle, African Marsh, Motagu’s and Pallid Harriers, Black-Belied Bustard, Temminck’s Courser, Levaillant’s, Black-chested, Diederik and Klaas’s Cuckoo, Black and White-browed Coucal, Blue-naped and Specled Mousebird, Rufous-naped and Flappet Lark, Plain-backed and Grassland Pipit, Buff-belied, Wing-snapping and Croacking Cisticola, Fork-tailed Drongo, Grey-caped Warbler, African White-backed, Ruppell’s Griffon and Lappet-faced Vultures,Grey-backed and Common Fiscal, Black-headed and Papyrus Gonolek, Malachite, Woodland and Pied Kingfisher, Pink-back and Great White Pelican,Yellow-billed, African Open-billed, Saddle-billed Stork, African Spoonbill, Lesser Flamingo, Curlew Sandpipre, African Skimmer,
Red Headed Bluebill, Benald’s Flycatcher, Red Caped Robin Chat, and Red Tailed Bristal bill. After birding in Maramagambo forest on 11th we then head to Fort portal driving through the Crater Lakes region and drive North wards along the foot hills of Rwenzori Mountain Ranges, these constitute the western Rift Valley and form the boundary between Uganda and Congo.

Mid range accommodation: Park View lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

Day 12 & 13. Fort portal – Semliki National Park.
After an early morning breakfast, with our packed lunch, we start driving to Semliki national park for birding whole day along the Kirumya trail of Semliki national park. This is ranked as number 2 in Uganda’s birding hot spots and the forest is home to some of the Congo biome species and we expect to encounter the African Piculet, Lyre-tailed, Spotted and Zenker’s Honeyguide, Yellow-throated Cuckoo, Yellow-throated Nicatoer, Long-tailed Hawk, Capuchin Babbler, Icterine Greenbul, Forest Scrub Robin, Nkurengu Rail, Shining-blue and White-bellied Kingfisher, Oberlaender’s Ground Thrush, Red-billed Helmet-shrike, Swamp-palm Bulbul, Orange-tufted Sunbird, White-crested, Red-billed Dwarf, Black Dwarf, Black-casqued Wattled, White-thighed and Piping Hornbills among others.

Mid range accommodation: Mountains of the Moon hotel.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 14: Semliki – Kibale National Park.

After breakfast we go back to Semliki national park for final birding, with our packed lunch, we start birding as we look for the Orange-cheeked Waxbill, Pale-fronted, and Chestnut-breasted Nigrofinch, Woodhouse’s Antpecker, Northern Bearded Scrub-Robin, Diederik and Claas’s Cuckoo, Lead-coloured, Cassins and Dusky Blue Flycatcher, Mountain Wagtail, Booted Eagle, Red-thighed Sparrowhawk, Cabanis’s, Toro Olive, Litlle Grey and Xavier’s Greenbul. At 3pm we will be done with our birding trip in Uganda, This means we will transfer to Kibale national park

Mid range accommodation: Chimpanzee view guest house.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 15 & 16. Birding in Kibale National Park.

Early this morning at 5:30 you will enter the forest to first look for Kibale’s most rare specie “the Green-breasted Pitta”. This forest protects more than 335 bird species recoded and some of the specialities we expect to encounter here include the Green-breasted Pitta, Afep Pigeon, Buff-spotted, Cadinal Woodpecker, White-tailed Ant-thrush, Green-backed Twinspot, White-spotted Flufftail, Yellow-rumped Tinkerbird, Grey-winged, Red-caped Robin Chat, African Crowned Eagle, African Broadbill, Lesser, Willcock’s, Thick-billed Honeyguide,  Chestnut-winged, Gross- Splendid and Purple-headed Starling, Dark-backed Weaver, Dusky Long-tailed Cuckoo, Red-headed Bluebill, Red-chested Owlet and Scaly Illadopsis.

Mid range accommodation: Chimpanzee view guest house.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 10 minutes drive

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 17. Transfer to Masindi. (Budongo forest).
After breakfast, we transfer to Masindi passing through   traditional homesteads and beautiful tea plantations in the rolling hills of Tooro kingdom.

We shall do en-route birding through a duty road to Masindi, with a lunch stop at Kagadi and latter proceed birding as we go to masindi.

Mid range accommodation: Kabalega motel- Masindi.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 6 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

Day 18. Birding in the Royal Mile and Busingiro area.

You will have an early morning breakfast, carry your packed lunch and drive towards one of “Uganda’s bird watching hot spots” The Royal Mile. This is historically known to be a leisure spot for the traditional King of Bunyoro and that’s where the name Royal Mile came from. Here the forest has been cut back a few metres along the sides of the main trail which makes it a particularly good viewing area in this excellent forest. Here we expect to encounter specialities like the Yellow and Grey Longbills, Green Crombec, Chestnut-caped and Forest Flycatcher, African Shrike

Flycatcher, Spotted Greenbul, Brown-eared Woodpecker, Yellow-browed Camaroptera, Blue-breasted, African Dwarf, Chocolate-backed and Pygmy Kingfisher, Crowned Eagle, Yellow-spotted, Fairy-breasted and Yellow-billed Barbets, and Jameson’s Wattle-eye among others.

Mid range accommodation: Kabalega Motel- masindi.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

Day 19, 20 & 21. Bird Kanio Pabidi and along Paraa road. (MFNP).

After an early morning breakfast, we check out of the hotel start our birding towards Kanio-Pabidi sector of Budongo forest. Some of the specialities that we expect here include the Scaly-breasted, Brown and  Puvel”s Illadopsis, Rufous-sided Broadbill, Fire-Crested and Brown-cheted Aleth, Green Hylia, Black-throated and Buff-throated Apalis, Sooty Flycatcher, Collared, Superb and Green Sunbird, Sabine’s and Casin’s Spinetail, Chestnut Wattle-eye and Cameroon Sombre Greenbul among others. We latter drive on to Paraa and check in to service of Red Chilli Rest Camp for dinner and overnight.

Mid range accommodation:Murchison river  lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1.5 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

Day 22. Transfer to Kitgum, birding en-route.                                                                                                 After breakfast, with our packed lunch, we start birding as we transfer to Kitgum, through Karuma and Gulu. Some of the specialities that we expect to encounter along this route are the Yellow-bellied Hyliota, Yellow-bellied Eramomela, Wood Warbler, Familiar Chat, Nightingale, Pied Wheatear, Northern Brownbul and African Golden Oriole among others. We arrive Kitgum in the evening and check in to the service of Boma Hotel for dinner and overnight.

Accommodation: Boma hotel.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 23 & 24. Birding in the Naruse valley, Kidepo NP.

After breakfast, we start our journey to Kidepo national park  driving on a fair grade unpaved  road. This normally takes about 3 hours, entering the Park. we will start birding towards Narusi valley searching for specialities that include the Rose-ringed Parakeet, Rufous Chatterer, White-bellied Tit, Mouse-coloured Tit, Amethyst and Shining Sunbird, Slate-coloured Boubou, Northern White-crowned Shrike, White-crested Helmet-shrike, Fan-tailed Raven, Eurasian Golden Oriele, Red-winged, Magpie, Sharpe’s, Superb Starling, Chestnut Sparrow, Yellow-spotted Petronia, Parrot-billed Sparrow, Grey-caped Social-Weaver, Orange-winged, Green-winged Pytilia, Abyssinian Crimsonwing,

Eastern Paradise Whydah, White-bellied Canary, Spotted Crake, Yellow-necked Spurfowl, Red-necked and Clapperton’s Francolin among others. We come back to the Camp for dinner and overnight.

Mid range accommodation: Savannah Kidepo lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 30 minutes drive.

Activity: Birding

 

Day 25. Birding in the Kidepo valley.                                                                                                                 After breakfast  we start our game drive towards the Kidepo Valley in search  for wildlife that includes the Zebras, Lesser kudu, Giraffes, Buffaloes, Elephant,  water buck, warthogs, Ostriches, Abyssinian Roller, Black-breasted and d’Arnaud’s Barbet, Abyssinian Scimitarbill, Lammergeier, Eastern Chanting-Goshawk, Verreaux’s Eagle, Greater and Fox Kestrel, Eleonora’s and Pygmy Falcon, Stone Partridge, Secretary birds.

Mid range accommodation: Savannah Kidepo lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1.5 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

 

Day 26. Transfer to Mabira Forest
After your morning breakfast, with all our luggage packed , we will leave Kidepo national park and head east south to one of Uganda’s best kept rain forest Mabira, its quite a long journey thus we have lunch in either Kumi disitrict or Mbale disitrict then continue to Jinja, and then to Mabira forest. we will do birding on our way as we go.

Mid range accommodation: Mabira rain forest lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 1.5 hour drive.

Activity: Birding

 

Day 27. Birding in Mabira forest.
After breakfast at 6am we will head into the forest trails to look for Forest Wood Hoopoe, Yellow White-eye, Hairy Breasted Barbet, Blockages Shrike, Tambourine Dove, Red-bellied Paradise Flycatcher, African Harrier Hawk, Speckled Tinkerbird, Great Blue Turaco, Black-and-white Mannikin, Chestnut Wattle-eye, Superb Sunbird, African Grey Parrot, Jameson’s Wattle-eye, African Shrike-Flycatcher, Red-headed Malimbe, Velvet-mantled Drongo, Black-billed Turaco. we will have our packed lunch with us in the forest as we will have a whole day for birding.

Mid range accommodation: Mabira rain forest lodge.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 5 minutes drive.

Activity: Birding

 

Day 28: Birding in Mabira- transfer to Entebbe

This morning at 6am you will have your breakfast and then head into the forests to look for Speckled Tinker bird, African Shrike-Flycatcher, African Harrier Hawk, Yellow White-eye, Black-billed Turaco, Blockages Shrike, Tambourine Dove, Red-bellied Paradise Flycatcher, Forest Wood Hoopoe, , Great Blue Turaco, Black-and-white Mannikin, Chestnut Wattle-eye, Superb Sunbird, African Grey Parrot, Jameson’s Wattle-eye, Red-headed Malimbe, Velvet-mantled Drongo,  Hairy Breasted Barbet.

Accommodation: No accommodation.

Meal plan: Breakfast lunch, Dinner.

Travel time: 3 hours drive.

Activity: Birding in Mabira

 

 

 

END OF BIRDING SAFARI

 

This 28 Day Uganda birding safari starts from Kampala city or Entebbe to Mabamba swamp, Lake Mburo national park, Ruhija, Buhoma, queen Elizabeth national park and Semliki national park, Kibale national park, Masindi and Murchison falls national park, Kitgum, Kidepo national park and Mabira forest

Mid-range safari price:

 Type of Safari: Mid range  accommodation
Per person
 1 Traveler pays:   US $ 8,590
 2 people traveling together: each person pays:   US $ 5,706
 3 people traveling together: each person pays: US $ 5,429
 4 people traveling together: each person pays: US $ 5,055
 5 people traveling together: each person pays: US $ 4,990
  6 people traveling together: each person pays:   US $ 4,890
 Single supplement, each person pays: US $ 870

International Group Safari 2017-2018:
This is a join-in tour in which a mix of people from all ages (above 18) and nationalities are welcome to join. The following Safari has been guaranteed departure with a minimum of 5 people and maximum 7 people.

 

NOTE:

Single supplement:

  • This is when some people on this trip would like to travel with others and share everything but when it comes to Accommodation they would like not share the room with other people, each prefers to have a single room. That’s why they have to pay extra fee on top of the safari price we call it  “single supplement”

Lodges and Hotels:

  • The bookings with the lodges and hotels mentioned in the program depend on availability. Reservations will only be made after your booking.
  • In case the mentioned lodges are not available during the requested period, we will do our best to book a lodge in the same class for you (of course we will only do this after consulting you).

 

Guide/ driver  1
Professional birding driver  guide  1
Duration 28 Days, 27 Nights
Type of Vehicle Mini van bus/Land cruiser
Accommodation type Lodge / Hotel
Meals 27 Breakfast, 28 Lunches, 27 Dinners
Country Uganda

 

 Uganda  28 Days safari (What you are paying for)

 

SAFARI COST INCLUDES: SAFARI COST EXCLUDES:
 English speaking driver/guide International air fares;
 Transport in a 4WD minibus/land cruiser Entry visa Uganda
All three meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner Alcohol drinks, All soft drinks
Park entrance fees Activities optional activities
Birding in forests and National park souvenirs
vehicle fuel Personal (medical/travel) insurance
All Accommodation as in program Tips and gratuities to rangers and driver/guide
Night birding in forests laundry
Birding in swamps All expenses of a personal nature

 

Tipping

Clients are advised to give a fair, reasonable tip to the local guides, cleaners, drivers, hotel staff, etc. We advise you to only give tips when you are truly happy with the service provided.

Tipping suggestions:

Your driver/guide:  $10 dollars per person/per day
Porters:  $5 dollars per half day (3 – 4 hours)
Hotel porters:  $2 dollar per bag.
Rangers/ local guides:  $15 dollars per activity (in total)
Restaurants:  5 – 10%
Hotel staff $1 – $2 dollars per person/per night
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