At Raul's suggestion, John and I took an hour after lunch to check out the compost heap on the other side of the bridge for the Gray-necked Wood Rails. No sooner had we crossed the bridge that John motioned up the trail. There, at the right edge of the path about 20 yds away, was a Gray-necked Wood Rail bristling and displaying. I took a video of the rail as it shook it wings, then walk out into the open for several moments before disappearing up the path. Thank you, Raul!
As we got back to the Lodge I spotted a Striped-throated Hermit feeding in the bushes near the feeders.
Otherwise, we had to settle for listening to calling White-throated Spadebill, Rufous-and-White Wren, Bay Wren, and White-breasted Wood-Wren. We would see a Tawny-headed Euphonia long enough to get a photo or two.
We would end our evening with Raul and Christina at dinner, and thank them again for a wonderful 2.5 days at the Canopy Lodge. Tomorrow early we'd be heading back to Panama City for our flight home on Thursday.
Faciated Tiger-Heron (immature)
Swainson's Hawk (300+)
Scaled Pigeon (H, fly-over)
Ruddy Ground Dove
Black-cheeked Woodpecker (H)
Fascinated Antshrike (female)
Acadian Flycatcher (H)
Southern Rough-winged Swallow
Scaled-breasted Wren (H)
House Wren (similar call to our's but with a "tweet-tweet-tweet" at the end)
Rufous-and-white Wren (H)
Plain Wren (H)
Bay Wren (H)
White-breasted Wood-Wren (H)
Black-throated Green Warbler
Black-headed Saltator (H)
Common Chlorospingus (formerly Bush-Tanager)
Hoffman's Two-toed Sloth
Brown-throated Three-toed Sloth
Central American Agouti (large rodent at feeders)