It was around the 20th species of hummingbird for the trip.
House Wren on the other hand wasn't new, though it was the first time I photographed one.
Tanagers were well represented on this trip focusing on mid-elevations. Blue-gray was the only of our 15 or so trip species in the central valley that morning though.
I think we totaled around 275 species although certainly no one saw all of them. Some, such as Sunbittern, Green Ibis, Speckled Tanager, and Barred Hawk, were birds that I was really hoping to see. A few from that list, most notably Elegant Euphonia, Green-fronted Lancebill, and any visualized antpitta, will require a return trip. I ended up with a little over 30 lifers and I really couldn't have been happier with the trip overall. The hour we spent with the chlorophonias in the Savegre orchard was not an experience I ever expected.
The last pic of the trip, a butterfly of course. Pura Vida.