A clay-coloured thrush sang as well.
A Wilson’s warbler in a bush.
A rufous-collared sparrow crosses the footpath.
In a tree, an emerald toucanet.
A bit further, a silver-throated tanager.
At 6:50 am, the male resplendent quetzal‘s tail sticks out of the nest. He switched nest duties with the female just 45 minutes ago, so he will stay there some time yet.
A black vulture flies overhead.
Black-faced solitaire sound.
This is a video of a black-faced solitaire singing.
At 7:37, as we might have expected, the male quetzal still in the nest with its tail sticking out.
As we watch the already mentioned hummingbirds feeding, another special bird: a long-tailed silky flycatcher.
It has a nest in a tree not far away.
A female green spiny lizard.