Tandayapa’s hummingbird feeders may just be the best in the world; not only do they bring in 12-20 different species per day, they also attract birders and photographers from all over the world to enjoy the show. See this page for more info on Tandayapa’s hummers
Booted Rackettail is one of the stars of the Tandayapa hummer feeders
The fruit feeders next to the lodge are regularly stocked with banana and papaya, and while activity varies seasonally, there is usually a steady stream of birds coming in for a bite, including tanagers, Red-headed and Toucan Barbets, Crimson-rumped Toucanet, and a sneaky Red-tailed Squirrel.
Red-headed Barbet is a regular visitor at the fruit feeders
An early morning visit to the forest blind, a five minute walk away, may provide you with superb views of skulkers like Scaled Antpitta, White-throated Quail-Dove, Streak-capped Treehunter, Strong-billed Woodcreeper, Immaculate Antbird, Uniform Antshrike, Chestnut-capped Brush-Finch, Russet-crowned Warbler.
Scaled Antpitta sometimes visits the forest blind early in the morning