An extremely common bird in Northern Venezuela, including Parque del Este in Caracas, which is visited by many tens of thousands (my guess) daily. The bird is young because of the visible 'gape flange' and rusty-margined feathers.
Argentina,Belize,Bermuda(I),Bolivia,Brazil,Colombia,Costa Rica,Ecuador - mainland,El Salvador,French Guiana, Guatemala,Guyana,Honduras,Mexico,Nicaragua,Panama,Paraguay,Peru,Suriname,Trinidad and Tobago, United States - mainland,Uruguay,Venezuela,
IOU 7.1 Subspecies
s Texas (sc USA) to e Mexico
n, e Bolivia and w, c Paraguay to e and s Brazil
the Guianas and n, w, c Amazonian Brazil, se Colombia and e Ecuador to se Peru
e Colombia, s and e Venezuela and nw Brazil, Trinidad