Orange-footed Scrubfowl. With their large feet, these birds rake leaves, twigs and what ever else might be on the floor of the forest into large mounds, which become their nests. Mike explained that they lay a single egg and then tend the pile to provide the right heat for incubation. Once the chick hatches, he makes his way to the surface and flies away, often far away, un-assisted by his parents. Once he lands he is likely to remain in the same area the rest of his life. We found this quite amazing and wonder how they find their mates when they never see their parents.