A couple of Spotted Antbirds caused some initial discord by hopping in and out of view repeatedly with Jose having lost his laser pointer with his previous group (he got another one that night). Eventually everyone saw at least one of them, though we'd get ridiculous looks at a pair a day or so later.
Bird activity was sporadic, a couple Dot-winged Antwrens here, a White-breasted Wood-Wren there. Jose tried to call in a Golden-crowned Spadebill after it made a very brief appearance, but mostly it flew back and forth across the trail without giving anything more than a fleeting glimpse. A pair of Broad-billed Motmots were more cooperative, though were in pretty dark shadow.
A pair of Black-throated Trogons played hide-and-seek with us, as did a pair of Gray-headed Tanagers in very heavy shadow.
The ISO was even higher (and then the image considerably lightened in photoshop) for this Scaly-throated Leaftosser that Rhoda somehow pulled out of nearly full darkness.
Lisa spotted the first sloth of the trip, and the life sloth for at least some of us, definitely for me.
As evening fell we left Mothballs to his endeavors and headed back out to the van. But not before coming across one last fun bird.