The present Doodle observes Uganda’s Independence Day in celebration of the date in 1962 when the East African nation shed its status as a British protectorate to turn into a completely self-governing country.
Portrayed in the Doodle craftsmanship is Uganda’s banner, which highlights six exchanging stripes of dark, yellow, and red—colors that speak to the Ugandan public, tropical daylight, and solidarity. The particular fowl at the focal point of the banner is the Gray Crowned Crane, a delicate animal chose for its regular magnificence and style to speak to Uganda as its public seal. The flying creature’s raised leg makes an intentional posture intended to represent the nation’s development into what’s to come.
Glad Independence Day, Uganda!