We stopped just as we were about to leave the park and I took a look around for birds. There were a few little things flitting around in the bushes, but nothing real interesting until this Brown-crowned Tchagra appeared. It was pretty furtive and skulky for a while, but after a few minutes it came out and perched briefly in the open.
The bushshrikes are smallish passerine bird species. They were formerly classed with the true shrikes in the family Laniidae, but are now considered sufficiently distinctive to be separated from that group as the family Malaconotidae.