Today morning we had good close up images of Ynca Jays and also long tailed Sylphs. While we were clicking Ynca Jays we were called to the deck at the restaurant and when we got there I saw the Mountain Tapir for the first time. It was from a distance and got a record shot. I was happy to see a Tapir and it was a great beginning to the day. After Tapir has left after enjoying the salts at the pit, I saw a raptor flying past and followed the bird and found it perched on the tree close by and it was a Broad Winged Hawk. As the day progressed lot of things unfurled, we got to click a White bellied Ant Pitt. By around 9.30 Am activity subsided so me, Nate and Rithesh had gone for a drive looking for different birds, we saw Southern Lapwings and some swallows. Returned by lunch time and post lunch i clicked by best images of the Sylph and sub-adult Summer Tanager.
Last day at Guango and we had to finish our morning session and shift to San Isidro lodge, which was not very far from Guango. Morning we were welcomed by Masked trogon pair. They just landed very close to where i was clicking the humming birds. Luckily got some good images. I had got better images of Male trogon after few days, but the better images of female were clicked in Guango. Till lunch time clicked the humming birds on multi flash and few Jays including the Turquoise Jay ( which was a record shot), got better images at a later. We had lunch and then left to San Isrido the drive was amazing and picturesque, stopped for few moments to click water falls on the way and reached San Isidro lodge by late afternoon. On the way Don came up with an imaginary dream girl named Rosemary and Rose mary kept us very connected and engaged through out the trip. San Isidro lodge was at elevation of around 2000 ASL and the landscape around was breath taking. Quality of rooms was super good. We were welcomed by Squirrels and few humming birds.