Last year we got off the bus and saw a Torrent Tyrannulet, this year we had to walk all of about 400 yards.
The trail itself was fairly active in the evening light. The highlight was a Collared Trogon that started out fairly distant but worked its way closer. I'm not sure I've seen ever seen the dorsal side of a trogon's tail
Last year this was the spot where we had Chestnut-capped Brush-finch. This year the pair was behind the cabins
The un-aptly named Yellow-winged Vireo was easier to find this year among the cabins' landscaping
Finally an Acorn Woodpecker, one of the most common birds in the highlands on the feeder after the sun had gone behind the ridge which really allowed the glossy blue Melanerpes tones to come out.