And even closer to a Roadside Hawk we didn't see until it was on top of us.
We did do some walking and it was on foot when a male Blue Cotinga appeared atop a tree. The first one was a young male, and a nearby Blue Dacnis caused a little confusion when the two-bird theory turned out to be true. A full adult Blue Cotinga then popped up and quickly absorbed the attention of the telescopes. One of Rhoda's digiscopes...
Cathy spotted this next bird.
Not quite as rare would be Three-toed Sloth.