The Paradise Tanager has a range estimated to be about 4,590,000 km2, which is very large, and thus is not expected to be vulnerable to human activities (BirdLife International 2011). One subspeices of Paradise Tanager has a fairly limited range, however: T. c. chlorocorys is restricted to northcentral Peru in the upper Huallaga Valley (Clements 2010). The global population size of Paradise Tanager has not been quantified, but it usually is regarded as "common" (Hilty 1986, Isler and Isler 1987, Clements et al 2001, Restall et al. 2007, Schulenberg et al. 2007, BirdLife International 2011).