Patagonian Conure/Burrowing Parrot also Cliff-dwelling Conure Cyanoliseus patagonus

Patagonian Burrowing Parrot
Patagonian Conure
The Patagonian or Burrowing Conures, from southern Argentina, southern Chile and Uruguay, are unusual for parrots in that they burrow into cliffs for nesting.
Patagonian Burrowing Parrot
Patagonian Conures
They are also known as Cliff-dwelling Conures or Parakeets.
Patagonian Burrowing Parrot
Patagonian Conure
The male and female have similar plumage. Their underside is colourful.
Lesser Patagonian Burrowing Conure
Lesser Patagonian Burrowing Conure
There are 3 subspecies:
the (Lesser) Patagonian (all above) Cyanoliseus patagonus patagonus, the most common, with a white shoulder stripe and one of the largest conures at 45 cm long,
Andean Patagonian Conure
Andean Burrowing Conure
. . . the less colourful Andean Patagonian, Cyanoliseus patagonus andinus (above),
Greater Patagonian Conure
Greater Patagonian Conures
. . . and the largest of all conures (up to 48 cm long), the Greater Patagonian (above/below), Cyanoliseus patagonus bloxami/byroni, with its full white necklace.
Greater Patagonian Burrowing Conure "Cyanoliseus" refers to the blue flight feathers of the species.
Greater Patagonian Burrowing Parrot The Greater Patagonian doing some "Burrowing".