As well as the Macaws we saw White Bellied Parrots, Crimson Crested Woodpeckers, and a Curl Crested Aracari which is a type of Toucan.
At 10 am we walked again, spotting the Casques Oropendola as well as the Red & Green Macaws.
At 4:30 we hit the canoe again and were lucky enough to see the Giant River Otters returning home after a day of fishing. We got the see one of the babies, briefly climb out of the water onto a log, again a great photo opportunity but my shots came out a little blurry, darn it. As we slowly made our way around the lake we rounded a bend a surprised a HUGE caiman. He spent a couple of minutes checking us out and we drifted extremely close, our guide estimated him to be 3 meters (about 10 feet long)!
Right before dinner we took a quick night walk and saw a baby caiman from the shore, as well as a tarantula nest with mom, dad, and babies. Seeing the tarantulas on the trees didn't bother me, but I have to say walking past a nest on the ground and passing within 12 inches of them creeped me out a bit.
One last tasty dinner and 2 passion fruit daiquiris (for me) and a Mojito (for Grant) later and then it was off to bed as we have an early start to tomorrow for our return to Lima.