Queen Elizabeth NP Constructs Electric Fence To Stop Animal From Invading People’s Homes
The Chief warden for Queen Elizabeth National Park, Pontious Nzuma, says they the are building an electric fence as a long term solution to stop animals from crossing to peoples homes.
This was in response to the complaints by people living near the national park in Kasese district that animals are camped in some flooded areas in the district.
Residents say Hippos can be seen around the areas of residence camped in some water that was left by trails of floods.
Some residents say elephant break their houses in search for food like Matooke.
In a phone interview with Croozefm, Nzuma revealed that they are building an electric fence that doesn’t allow animals to cross and have so far built about 18 kilo meters and promises that they will continue.