Spot-breasted Woodpecker is another bird that's probably reasonably findable in South America, but for Central America can only be found in Panama's Darien, and not in a ton of spots either. I was happy to hear that Domi had a spot for this bird, traditionally found around El Real. We didn't really have to wait very long either, the bird teed up pretty quickly in an isolated tree allowing distant but clear views. We moved down the road to see what else could be found and one ended up landing right above my head.
Domi picked up a Striped Cuckoo by ear. It was actually one of the songs I'd learned prior to going down, but it didn't stand out until he pointed it out.
We soon moved a few miles down the road, picking up my lifer Zone-tailed Hawk in the process. I checked my settings out on one of the abundant Rusty-margined Flycatchers...
... and was rewarded for having them zeroed in when another target, Black Oropendola flew by.