We birded an orchard which was a lot more open. There were no trouble with seeing a teed-up Golden-olive Woodpecker.
We heard a Thicket Antpitta which had no intention of showing itself though a White-crowned Parrot popped into view with a Dusky Antbird pair and a Slaty-capped Flycatcher providing considerably briefer views.
The day got warmer and my lifer White-vented Euphonias joined some warbler groups though didn't offer up much for pics aside from the collared-dove view at their namesake anatomy which I'm sparing you. We had a pair of Green Honeycreepers and a Yellow-olive Flycatcher as a group then I think another Yellow-olive that a couple of us had from the balcony once we got back.
We had a little bit of time before lunch and Rhoda and I headed back up into the forest, taking a higher trail than the group had earlier. Aside from numerous Chestnut-sided Warblers it was pretty quiet until we got into a group of larger birds, Brown Jays, Oropendolas, Masked Tityras (making their loud insect like buzzes) and a couple Aracari toucans.
With that we headed back to San Jose after lunch.