We'd spent the morning of Day 2 in the pine forest elevation level in Oaxacan highlands. We spent the midday there too, trying to find Dwarf Jay, a bird whose breeding range is comparable in size to Kirtland's Warb. It took some doing. We would occasionally hear Northern Pygmy-Owls, but they were quite hard to see, and it took some walking around and craning our necks upward at different angles before Alex located the bird.
We drove around a bit and stopped for some activity. Gray-barred Wrens were again calling form the treetops, but this time Alex was able to bring them down
We found Red (which again wouldn't stop for a pic) and Golden-browed Warblers
I'm not totally sure what this next bird is.