The last day at Esquinas started out fairly similar to the first, we met Vernon as it just started getting light listening to the dawn chorus. A Woodhaunter called and we sort of saw it in the gloom. Buff-rumped Warblers seem to be another (much more common) bird that will come a lot more in the open at the very first light and then rapidly retreat back to the forest interior.
Riverside Wrens again called prominently but defied my efforts to get a clear pic.
There were a number of blue-crowned motmots nest building in the courtyard.
A Black-faced Trogon added itself to our roster of trogons about 50 feet from where Vernon briefly pulled a Uniform Crake out of the dark dense underbrush
Bananaquits were common, though maybe not quite as many as we saw last year at Arenal.
We did one other trail and what should have been the bird of the morning, a White-throated Shrike-tanager teed up.