I can simply sum it up as “fabulous”. We saw everything we had hoped to see and much more, including both Motmots, three Trogons, two Owls, a Manakin lek, Crested Guan, Chestnut-headed Oropendola, Emerald Toucanet, White-throated Magpie-Jay, plus new Tanagers and Hummingbirds. Seeing the Emerald Toucanet flying food to its nest was a treat. Our time with the Macaws was well-spent, with lots of new photos of the Scarlets, Great-Greens, and assorted smaller Parrots. The top target was the Resplendent Quetzal and we saw them several times, with magnificent long tail plumes. Also, the top targets were some animals, namely Monkeys, and Sloths. We saw several groups of Howlers and got good photos. While we saw both Spiders and Capuchins, they did not lend themselves to photos. Both Sloths were seen well and photographed. But the star of the trip had to be the gorgeous Margay, a totally unexpected and incredible find. Lastly, but most importantly, was being with Juan Carlos. His knowledge of the country and its history was superb, and his contacts with the local folks got us in to see things that were not available to other guides. He was very flexible and we both felt comfortable and relaxed traveling with him. We certainly will be planning another trip with him. (…and after this trip, they’ve been with me on five other photo tours!) Thanks to you for giving us the best trip we have ever had.