Its much larger cousin Pale-billed Woodpecker provided some good looks as well.
A pair of Masked Tityras enjoyed the presence of the woodpeckers as they'd been provided a nest hole.
Our guide was very excited by this difficult to find Red-billed Tyrannulet
I was equally excited by a (considerably more common) Olive-chested Flycatcher. Their plumage reminds me of a fall Yellow-rumped Warbler which made a subtle ID much easier.
Yellow-tufted Dacnis is considerably easier to identify
Finally a look at Magpie Tanager, another bird I expected to be common but we didn't find until the end of our final morning.