Pauraques (Nyctidromus albicollis) are nightjars. They are active during the nighttime and because of their well camouflaged 'suit' it is difficult to spot them easily. In general Pauraques are insect eating birds. They are also common birds and are frequently heard and seen in Kabalebo.
Since they rely on their camouflage, Pauraques (or in general nightjars) lay their eggs on leaf litter. No particular nest is made, since they are 'one with the dry leaves (see picture above) I wouldn't find ones nest, but as they are also easily alerted, they fly away and expose their nest.
It was a short but successful observation. Enjoy!