We start with Black-chinned Mountain-tanager, a specialty bird of a narrow elevation band of the West slope of the Andes in Ecuador and Colombia.
Next up is Flame-faced Tanager. This bird had been teasing me the whole trip, we'd had difficult brief views of it at a couple places, each time well hidden by foliage and rain, but here it was coming close.
I've put up a few pics of Golden Tanager, but the looks were much better here.
Like Flame-faced, we saw Golden-naped Tanager a few times, but here we had good views.
Finally a couple shots of Lemon-rumped Tanager. Most places in the tropics have a black tanager with a very contrastingly bright rump, it was yellow here.
Clearly a bunch of the tanagers were completing their breeding cycles during our February trip.