After the morning boat ride and lunch, we had time for one last habitat, the dry thorn forest along Guacimo Road. A lot of birds reach their southern-most range in that area, this last afternoon provided probably 15 trip birds despite birding it in the heat of the day. I wasn't quite sure how to break it up into manageable chunks so I just pulled out the hummers for today, the rest of the birds tomorrow.
I'd been surprised to see Long-billed Starthroat a few days prior, I was just as pleased to see Plain-capped.
A young Green-breasted Mango was working the same set of trees.
A Cinnamon Hummingbird was my last lifer hummingbird for the trip, a bird I'd hoped for but missed a decade or so ago in Belize. They seemed to have slower wingbeats than other hummers I've encountered.
Finally a shot of Steely-vented Hummingbird, a bird we'd seen several times over the course of the day but which was a bugger at getting to hold still long enough to really see well.