We spent an afternoon driving to a narrow cave-like ravine which is an Oilbird roost. These were just crazy birds, they looked to be the size of Cooper's Hawks, but are goatsuckers that feed on fruit. Jose briefly shined his light on the low bird.
There were more of these otherworldly birds perched higher in the crevasse.
When a Guayaquil Woodpecker looks mundane you know you've seen a heckuva bird.