We started at daybreak at a Cock-of-the-Rock lek. The sounds were somewhat intermediate between a manakin lek and displaying oropendolas. It was pretty dark and the birds were mostly quite distant. Group after group of birders filtered into the blind and you couldn't really move without losing your ability to see much of anything. There were cock-of-the-rocks though.
Which were some perched nightjars viewed briefly through a scope, and then a family of Rufous-breasted Wood-quail enticed out of a gloomy thicket with a plantain.
I think the chicks mowing into the plaintain in the next pic are pretty funny.
There was a spontaneous Beryl-spangled Tanager seen distantly as we walked back out to the road.
On the way out we grabbed a couple more minutes with the Cock-of-the-Rocks with a little better light, but we didn't have time to linger long.