This is a Black-tailed Tityra. A bird quite often seen in Kabalebo. These birds have also a recognizable sound; a quacking sound heard high in the trees. When I photographed this Tityra it was right in front of his nest. The eggs had already hatched and he was feeding the hatchlings with insects. By the time you read this article, the hatchlings already fled out and already young adults.
Barely there: Golden-handed Tamarin
Golden-handed Tamarins are small agile monkeys living in groups. When noticed they move quite fast before you even noticed them. So when you want to take a picture of them, you must always be prepared for the worse. When I noticed a group of Golden-handed Tamarins I was already too late. This one just gave me a quick glance before departing. So it looks like it was peeking through and I didn't manage to get a full body shot.
Peeking through: Blue-and-Yellow Macaw
Somehow this Blue-and-Yellow Macaw had no problem with all the thorns from this palm tree. It even looks like it is having a great time up there.
Ocelot passing during the day
I have seen ocelots passing by in front of the trophy cams. During the night in front of the feeder when I was feeding them. Daytime is quite unusual but I did have seen them several times crossing over open places, but always very quickly. This time it was my lucky day. While I was observing a couple of becards, this female ocelot decided to pass by. She was in no rush as she was hopping instead of running.