Earlier that morning: a great kiskadee calls.
A scarlet macaw flying overhead near the forest trail, calling.
Chestnut-sided warblers in a tree.
An orange-collared manikin. Also a species, restricted to Costa Rica and western Panama.
A variegated squirrel climbing a tree.
A white-nosed coati on the trail.
A variable seedeater, also on the trail.
A female black-hooded antshrike.
Then, a common tody-flycatcher.
It is near its nest.
A black iguana on the trail.
As we walk back, two rufous-tailed jacamars on a branch not far away.
Then, lots of feathers. A brown jay was apparently eaten here by a mammalian predator, considering the state of the feathers.
We see an orange-collared manakin. The same one as when we walked in the other direction?
Later, near the swimming pool, a great kiskadee nest with at least one chick. Its parents visit it again and again.
Later that day, we would go to another part of the forest near the Tarcoles river. So, stay tuned!