As always, click on the photos to see a larger view.
I was able to get a few birds at the entrance…
Western Emerald (female) and White-necked Jacobin (male.)
This appears to be some sort of oriole, though I can’t quite match it to any of the pictures in my fieldbook.
This is tropical forest (i.e. “jungle”) which turns out to be a frustrating place to use a telephoto lens. Most of my attempts to shoot birds were foiled by intervening branches.
Back home you can watch a hummingbird feeder for hours and maybe see one hummingbird. In Ecuador if you watch a hummingbird feeder for 5 minutes you’ll probably see 5 or 6 different kinds fighting over it.