Our last full day dawned warm and clear at the resort at Punta Leona. As always, Rufous-naped wrens were prominent and social.
We took a random brushy trail up a hillside (I forget what the trail accessed at one time). It was rapidly being reclaimed by the jungle. Vernon set up pishing by a likely looking thicket with fairly impressive results. Our second Gray-headed Tanager of the trip popped up, in a quite different habitat than the day's before.
Finally a Streaked Flycatcher that perched right next to the bus.