The crossbill was at the very top of a very tall pine tree, but I managed a few pictures for the record. Look for the distinctive crossed bill (the upper and lower mandibles cross near the tip), the red and yellow coloration, and the notched tail.
I first wrote about Red Crossbills on 9 December 2012, so review the post called "Nomads" for an introduction to this interesting nomadic finch.
P.S. I was intrigued by the genus name "Loxia." It sounds like it might be derived from a Latin word meaning "dislocation." So I'm guessing that term refers to the unusual crossed bill.
P.P.S. For anyone interested in call types of Red Crossbills — in the earlier post, I recorded the crossbills and they were identified as Type 3 Red Crossbills. The bird today sounded similar.