Bokora corridor wildlife reserve: This is a conservation protected area in north-eastern Uganda. Bokora corridor wildlife reserve is one of the numerous wildlife reserves found within the borders of Uganda and is part of the assortment of wildlife reserves in the Karamoja sub-region in the northern part of Uganda. It has three spectacular wildlife reserves that form part of the enormous eco-system  mountains and savannah plains in the semi-arid area which includes the Pian-Upe wildlife reserve, the largest wildlife reserve in Uganda and the second largest protected area in Uganda.

It covers an area of 2,056 km2 (794 mi) of mainly dry plains spanning from the Kadam mountain to the Mount Napak on its northern side. It was gazetted in the year 1964 and is managed by the Uganda wildlife Authority and is a true wildlife have