The blue-gray tanager is 16–18 cm long and weighs 30–40 g. Adults have a light bluish head and underparts, with darker blue upperparts and a shoulder patch colored a different hue of blue. The bill is short and quite thick. Sexes are similar, but the immature is much duller in plumage. The song is a squeaky twittering, interspersed with tseee and tsuup call notes.
At the Beach of the Caribbean Sea, near Chuspa, Miranda, Venezuela.
I have been seeing these since I arrived in Venezuela but never had a camera nearby to take a picture. Not that this is such a great picture but it is better then nothing.
Lat: 10.62, Long: -66.32
Spotted on Jan 22, 2017
Submitted on Feb 8, 2017