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Sunday, 29. October [English summary of the original text in Danish].
This morning we birded the Valle Chiquito which is characterized as dry forest.
A good morning with birds like Little Tinamous (heard only), Golden-collared Manakin, Yellow-billed Cacique and Rosy Trush-Tanager. We did also see Pale-eyed Pygmy-Tyrant.
Today we saw a Two-toed Sloth.
We had a nice lunch together with Raúl where we talked about a lot of things – eg. the history of Canopy Tower and Lodge and kale dishes.
Afternoon birding was the Cerro Gaital foothills. The area is characterized as cloud forest.
There was some thunder nearby but fortunately, we didn’t get any rain. We added more species to the bird list – Tawny-crested Tanager, Blue-throated Tucanet, Broad-billed Motmot and Scaly-breasted Pygmy-Tyrant.
The owl of the day was a Mottled Owl calling early in the morning. And this evening we heard what we suspect was two owls calling.