Check out the moth wing dust on this Summer Tanager's bill...
and a Common Bush-tanager, moth in hand
I was pretty excited to see a Black-billed Shrike-vireo the first time we were in its habitat. It was present pre-dawn both mornings. To put that in context it took me several trips to see Chestnut-capped Shrike-vireo in Central America (despite hearing it several times); I've never seen Green Shrike-vireo, though you can hear it in a lot of lowland areas of Central America.
Hemispinguses are tanagers that function more like warblers; they're hard to photograph. This is Black-eared.
But they weren't all exotic birds, you know Ecuador is a cool place when the dominant wintering warbler is Blackburnian
Finally a look at some of the moths the birds didn't get!