An evening visit to the area paid dividends with Mantanani Scops Owl, Philippine Hawk-Owl and Philippine Nightjar all calling. The Scops in particular seemed common, with at least 5 birds calling near the paths to the bat cave. No luck in seeing them however!
The beach areas were populated almost entirely by those species that thrive in the presence of man, i.e. Asian Glossy Starling, Tree Sparrow, Chestnut Munia and Yellow-vented Bulbul, with lots of Blue-tailed Bee-eaters overhead. A lone Brahminy Kite flew past on Saturday afternoon.
In the evenings the birds are replaced by a large population of gigantic Fruit Bats which roost at the northern end of the island.