Other notable wildlife observed during my trip to the Seychelles
On top of the bats of Seychelles, I saw a handful of other species. Mostly exotic species though.
Tenrec : When walking in the forest before sunrise and when driving at night
Rats : Unfortunately quite common
Spinner Dolphin : Twice, during boat trips on the way to Shark Bank (about halfway between Beau Vallon and the island of Silhouette)
Seychelles Swiflet: Occasionally seen flying over the Morne Seychelles NP and on La Digue
Seychelles Kestrel: A couple of times in the NP and a pair seem to be breeding in a church on La Digue
Seychelles White-eye: With a bit of patience, it can be seen around the Mission Garden Centre on Mahé
Waders (Crab Plover, Sandplovers, Terek Sandpiper, etc) can be seen on the mudflats around -4.656, 55.485 at the east end of Victoria, near the airport.
The Bulbul, Sunbird and Blue Pigeon are common.
Seychelles Black Parrot: We saw it quite easily in Vallée de Mai on Praslin but they’re not always that reliably seen
Seychelles Paradise flycatcher: Easily seen in La Veuve reserve on La Digue as well as the surrounding areas.
My other sightings can be found on observation.org