After doing a pre-breakfast walk around the grounds we walked some trails into the forest interior after breakfast. Forest birding in the tropics mostly centers around finding little mixed feeding flocks, after seeing a very dug-in Ruddy Quail-dove and not being about to attract a Black-bellied Wren into view we found a little group. A pair of Dot-winged Antwrens and a pair of Black-hooded Antshrikes popped up virtually simultaneously. The antwrens worked past pretty quickly but the antshrikes were a little more cooperative.
A Black-cheeked Ant-tanager popped up relatively low, it seemed like it moved slowly, but it was another bird surprisingly hard to get into focus.
A Northern Bentbill's vibrating song called our attention to it.
We went down another path (the Bird Trail) to change habitats slightly. A Chestnut-backed Antbird was found fairly quickly.
... and almost missed the Red-capped Manakin Vernon had spotted farther up the trail. Fortunately the tree it was in was fairly open; I looked where the groups' bins were aimed and saw the bird teed up in very nice light. It was almost better I didn't know what they were looking for.
Finally, the bird of the morning for me, a Baird's Trogon.