Perching on ground is a behavior for A. sitchensis identified in Hudson and Armstrong field guide of Alaskan odonates.
male & female
Apparently these warblers can be quite common locally, but I had never seen so many -- so active -- in one place.
This yellow warbler looked a little different than the others flitting around. It has a chestnut patch above the eye -- perhaps a sign of gradation with the more southern mangrove subspecies which has a very conspicuous chestnut head?
Tame hyrax around school.
Descending a baobab.
It's a challenge for me to distinguish tree hyrax (Dendohyrax) from a bush hyrax (Heterohyrax), but the shorter toes make me think Heterohyrax. The rock hyrax (Procavia capensis) does not occur in this part of Tanzania. Definitely could be wrong.
Like this observation (http://www.inaturalist.org/observations/17238), it's a challenge for me to distinguish tree hyrax (Dendohyrax) from a bush hyrax (Heterohyrax). I'm sticking with bush hyrax because of the visible patch above the eye, and the somewhat distinguishable neck (tree hyraxes are more heavily built).
On boulders before park gate.
Yellowish montane bird.