Today's bird is the Golden-Billed Saltator. They're about the size of a Blue Jay and nearly as common, as long as you're in Peru or Bolivia in medium altitude. I saw my first one in Peru one of my first few days out birding, but I couldn't get a good picture until this one. I actually snapped this while we were hunting for the Red-Fronted Macaw (another post for another day) in the morning on July 2, 2012. We were somewhere between Cochabamba and a small town called Cerro Tunari.