Trogons are common throughout the tropics, Masked is the red-bellied version for the higher elevations of the Andes. There was certainly familiarity here with its resemblance to several Central American cousins.
This is Black-crested Warbler, a bird that was singing fairly persistently early on our walk
Probably no class of birds is more widely represented in South America than the flycatchers. Fortunately for us, on this trip there weren't a lot of difficult to separate species pairs the way a person has to work for several groups of elaenia or flatbill on previous trips. Of course as soon as I say that I can't remember if this next bird is White-tailed or White-banded Tyrannulet.
Rufous-breasted Chat-tyrant was our 2nd chat-tyrant of the trip, another cleanly-marked, neatly-patterned bird.
Cinnamon Flycatcher is perhaps the most boldly brown bird I've ever seen.
Finally the bird of the day for me, Chestnut-crowned Antpitta, our second species of antpitta in as many days.