Black-tailed Trogon was on my want list last year; I was surprised we didn't see one, though in Eastern Panama they were quite common.
Lathe spotted another of the Eastern Panama specialties, Barred Puffbird.
Another Chestnut-headed Oropendola. They were common in the camp, but tended to be atop trees.
A look at a pair of Cinnamon Woodpeckers.
While looking at a surprising variety of small flycatchers clustered in one small area (more next post) Domi called out Great Green Macaws screeching. The ground was open enough that we were able to see a half dozen fly steadily past.
We headed back to camp and our driver stopped for a Great Potoo. The bird was hawk-sized.