The Blue-gray Tanager is one of the most widespread, and ubiquitous, birds of the humid lowland neotropics. Blue-gray Tanagers are also known for living near the coffee plantations in both western and eastern sloped of Andes of Venezuela.
Fun fact: There are around 13-15 subspecies of the Blue-gray Tanager. Each subspecies differs slightly in the exact hue of their blue/gray coloring. For example, their main body plumage may be grayish, greenish, or purplish-blue with a lavender, dark blue, or whitish shoulder patch.