Of course hawks weren't the only big birds. Here was our (near) daily Great Potoo.
If I remember correctly only New World monkeys can have prehensile tails (though not all of them do). These Squirrel Monkeys were certainly using their tails in that fashion however.
I had expected to see more kingfishers on this trip, I think the muddy water probably made it hard for them to forage along the Shiripuno River at least.
Lesser Kiskadee had no problems with finding bugs though
And then there's this little bastard. It's a young Spectacled Caymen.
Reactions to a teed up Chestnut-fronted Macaw were a little more muted, though I think this was the closest I saw one perched (the similar Red-bellied Macaws were more common)
Here's two Blue-and-Gold Macaws, ahem, mutually preening? I'm not sure I've seen birds preen each other, certainly not for any lengthy period.