As promised, here are a few pictures of some of the birds we saw at Masana Camps. I'm not going to try to name them all--I just don't have the time to look them up in the bird book right now, and if I guess, I'm sure some will be wrong. These were the ones that were catching the giant grasshoppers flying all around.
These little ones were under the eves of the house, building a nest or something like that.
And this one was right out in the grass in front of the porch.
Some horn bills kept frequenting the tree down the hill towards the lake.
Speaking of the lake, there were a lot of birds near the lake itself. These came flying straight at us and reminded me of fighter jets in some sort of loose formation.
But up close they don't look nearly as fighter-sleek.
A bit tighter formation, but still no "fighters".
This looks like a duck to me.
Besides all the birds, we also saw a few of these monkeys. Notice the red tail (lower left corner).
And the kids found this just-hatched butterfly. It's wings were still wet and it was drying them so that it could take off and fly.