The morning started with the birds coming in to eat the moths and other insects attracted to the lights in the parking lot.
The Golden-crowned Flycatcher was the first of 15 life birds for the day.
Or is this a Dusky Chlorospingus?
This one I am sure of. It is a Sharpe's Wren, formerly known as Sepia Brown Wren. I like it's old name better.
While at Quinde Luna a Red-billed Parrot settled on the top of a nearby tree. We didn't see parrots close up on this trip, but were able to admire them through our guide's scope as well as take distant photos.
The last bird of the day was found on our way back to the lodge. One of the target birds of our group and a wonderfully colourful member of the toucan family, the Plate-billed Mountain-toucan. Once again a distant viewing.