This morning we had a pre breakfast walk around the lodge frounds and soon had great views of Crey-crested Cacholote, the endemic Chestnut-bellied Guans were everywhere, Blue-throated Piping Guan, Narrow-billed Woodcreeper, some Golden-collared Macaws flew over, and a female Bare-faced Currasow walk through the gardens, After breakfast the bird feeders drew our attention with countless Yellow-billed Cardinals, Saffron Finches, Bay-winged Cowbirds and then finally some gorgeous and very localised Nanday Parakeets. After breakfast we drove a short distanve to an area of forest and here we took a walk on a small trail A Pearly-vented Tody-Tyrant started off proceedings shortly followed by a showy Ferruginous Pygmy Owl. It was quiet for a while and then we were treated to great views of Crimson-crested Woodpecker and Chestnut-eared Aracari. We then found a Dark-billed Cuckoo which eventually showed well, followed bt Great Black Hawk, and then a mixed flock that held Red-billed Scythebill, Streaked Xenops, Crested Becard, Epaulete Oriole, Buff-throated Woodcreeper and a little firther on were Orange-backed Troupial, Blue-crowned Motmot, Black-fronted Nunbirds and a superb Great Rufous Woodcreeper. It was now really hot in the forest so we headed baxk toward the bus. A few Black-tailed Tamarins and Azaras Agouti were nice mammal distractions and some really nice butterflies added to an excellent morning. Back at the lodge the Nanday Parakeets were showing well, alongside several Blue-crowned Parakeets and some nice showy Campo Flickers.