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blue-gray tanager

  1. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana)
  2. Blue-Gray Tanager

    Blue-Gray Tanager

  3. Blue-gray-Tanager

    Blue-gray-Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana)
  4. Blue Birds

    Blue Birds

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana) and Blue Dacnis (Dacnis cayana ultramarina, male.
  5. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana)
  6. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/418988101
  7. guests in orange tree 1

    guests in orange tree 1

  8. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopie subsp. caerulea) Sexes similar. Moyobamba, San Martn, Per. Manicured lodge grounds with surrounding area being urban with patches of secondary rain forest at ca. 860 m (2,820 ft) elevation. December 2016
  9. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus subsp. cana) Bosque del Ro Tigre Lodge, Osa Peninsula, Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica. About 1 km east of the town Dos Brazos de Ro Tigre. Pacific secondary rain forest at ca. 130 m (427 ft) elevation.
  10. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus subsp. caerulea) Sexes similar. Landscaped lodge grounds mixed in with montane rainforest at 920 m (3,018 ft) elevation above Rio Bambuscaro, Cabaas Copalinga, south of Zamora, Zamora-Chinchipa Province, Ecuador.
  11. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus subsp. quaesita) Sexes similar. Urraca Lodge in Jorupe Reserve, Loja Province, Ecuador. Tumbesian dry deciduous tropical forest with giant Ceibo trees at ca. 480 m (1.575 ft) elevation.
  12. Blue-gray Tanager - Thraupis episcopus

    Blue-gray Tanager - Thraupis episcopus

    One of my favourite shots from CR. Its one of those photos where everything seemed to work out well. This is one of the more common Tanager species, and I tried several times to get a photo that would show just how pretty this bird is. Well at last I managed to get what I was after with this...
  13. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana) Thirteen subspecies are recognized with subspecies cana being the only one mapped for Costa Rica. Sexes similar. Photographed in Playa Hermosa, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica. Dry Tropical Forest at ca. 61 m (200 ft) elevation.
  14. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana) Thirteen subspecies are recognized with three being mapped for Panama. Subspecies cana is found throughout most of Panama and wintering on the Pearl Islands. Subspecies caesita in found on the Caribbean Coast of western Panama while subspecies...
  15. Food Fight

    Food Fight

    Summer Tanager (Piranga rubra) and Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus). This pair was having a very unfriendly discussion over bananas at the fruit feeders at La Paz Waterfall Gardens and Peace Lodge, Heredia Province, Costa Rica at ca. 1,585 m (5,200 ft) elevation, Caribbean slope. Lower...
  16. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus cana) Thirteen subspecies are recognized with subspecies cana being the only one found in Costa Rica. Photographed in La Cinchona, Alajuela Province, Costa Rica at ca. 1,524 m (5,000 ft) elevation before the Village was destroyed by a 6.2 magnitude...
  17. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager (Thraupis episcopus urubambae) There are 13-15 subspecies recognized, two occur in Peru T. episcopus urubambae and T. episcopus quaesita found in NW Peru. The subspecies shown here is distributed in the Urubamba Valley and Amazonian drainage. Photographed in the village of...
  18. Acrobatic Stance

    Acrobatic Stance

    This Blue-gray Tanager displays his dexterity and appetite for berries ripe for the picking in this capture!
  19. Blue-gray Tanager C-RICA SER

    Blue-gray Tanager C-RICA SER

    Taken 19Jan2010 at ~1150m asl at Albergue Hacienda Moravia de Chirripo, near Grano de Oro, Cartago Province (east part), Costa Rica. Bird was feeding on Ficus (fig) adjacent to lodge.
  20. Breakfast time

    Breakfast time

    Parent feeding a youngling. I spotted this family (the other parent and siblings were also scattered around these on the same tree) at the Mawamba Lodge at Tortuguero in Costa Rica. They were very animated and active that morning.
  21. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    Also hanging around at Machu Pichu in the gardens of the lodge.
  22. Blue-Gray Tanager

    Blue-Gray Tanager

    These guys were common at Gamboa Rainforest Resort and elsewhere in Panama's canal zone. I guess they like flowers. Range from Eastern Mexico, the Guianas,Brazil and Northern Bolivia.
  23. Blue Jean

    Blue Jean

    The Blue-gray Tanagers on Trinidad were certainly attractive but all of the images I managed to get were of birds on metal feeders. Our return home to Scotland required a 3 hour delay at Tobago so we hired a taxi & took a short trip up to Arnos Vale; this proved inspirational as an impromptu...
  24. Blue-Gray Tanager

    Blue-Gray Tanager

    A common resident of Gamboa Rainforest Resort, captured while gathering leaves for its nest in a nearby palm tree.
  25. Blue-gray Tanager

    Blue-gray Tanager

    We found it widespread and common throughout our trip.
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