while from under the bridge on which we were standing there appeared to be a second Hirindine species
but on closer inspection these were seen to be
tiny BATs (c2 seemingly on top of each other in topp image, c8 middle shot and this single)
Now deep in the 'Rain Forest' spotting and photographing became increasingly difficult but this
RUDDY FOLIAGE-GLEANER fell to the lens.
female BARRED ANTSHRIKE
c2 male HOWLER MONKEY's seemingly disputing territory
were momentarily interrupted by a LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH
before continuing their Howling!
YELLOW-BILLED CACIQUE was the 4th 'Lifer' of the day, but others, not photographed were LADDER-BACKED WOODPECKER and BLACK CATBIRD.
LEAF-CUTTER ANTs continue their perpetual labours, while other additions to the Trip List included BLUE-BLACK GRASSQUIT, APLOMADO FALCON, BLACK-CROWNED TITYRA and COLLARED SEEDEATER.