Before we hit the trail a wander about the grounds enabled me to photograph Tennessee Warbler, Blue and White Swallow and Stripe-tailed Hummingbird amongst others.
Blue and White Swallow
The trail itself wasn't without it's highlights but generally we found it rather samey and hard going underfoot but you can't sneeze at Mountain Thrush, Lineated Foliage-Gleaner, Yellow-winged Vireo and Ochraceous Wren as lifers backed up with both Large-footed and Yellow-thighed Finches, 2 Grey-breasted Wood-Wrens, 2 Ruddy Treerunners, Spot-crowned Woodcreeper, several Black-cheeked Warblers and 2 Acorn Woodpeckers.
After our packed lunch and a relax in the sun we decided to head off along the Waterfall trail again as we'd particularly enjoyed our first walk there. We didn't see much new but this time with time on our side I managed to photograph Yellowish Flycatcher, Sulphur-winged Parakeets (the first time we'd had these on the deck), American Dipper, Torrent Tyrannulet, Tufted Flycatcher, Spot-crowned Woodcreeper and Black-cheeked Warbler. We also added Band-tailed Pigeon to the triplist.