I really should have taken more scenery shots on this trip.
The early morning light was perfect for getting a decent exposure for a black and white bird like the Wattled Piping-guans.
I saw a perched hawk and was having trouble shoe-horning it into something I knew. Fortunately it flew behind some trees before appearing directly overhead.though I was once fooled by a Yellow-headed Caracara), so it's a bird that's been on the wish list so long that they kind of felt like a myth. But the myth appeared overhead (and a second one did about 20 minutes later as it turned out) so I was pretty happy.
Blue-and-yellow Macaw also generally makes me pretty happy.
We had more flyover Red-bellied's as well.
Sunbittern on the other hand I've had a lot better luck with. This is my 3rd country with a sunbittern (though I'm still missing Sungrebe everywhere).
A pic of a Squirrel Monkey
Finally the last lifer of the boat trip, Greater Yellow-headed Vulture. I've got a bunch of pics that are almost pretty good, but all have some combo of a wingtip cut off, or the eye shadowed, or a weird angle, but ah well.