Early in the morning on May 14th, I trekked to Habinyanja group with three trackers and two park rangers, a porter, and a Max Planck Institute research assistant. We tracked the group from the point of the previous day’s observation for over 1 km. We reached the group and found Makara with his group members at 8:39am. The group was in the Hamushamba area in the "neck" part of Bwindi, at an altitude of 1562 meters. They remained in this area feeding but later moved away about 1 km uphill. The other gorillas in the group were congregated around Makara and he was clearly still in control of his group.