Brown-throated Conure Eupsittula (prev. Aratinga) pertinax

Like Macaws and Amazons, Conures are native to South and Central America and the Caribbean. The (former) Latin name of many conures is "Aratinga", - "little macaw".
The new genus "Eupsittula" covers the Olive-/Brown-throated Conures.
Brown-throated Conure
Brown-throated Conure
St Thomas Conures
The Brown-throated Conure, also called the St Thomas Conure, is native to north-eastern South America, parts of Central America and the Antilles.
Brown-throated Conure
Brown-throated Conure
St Thomas Conures
There are several subspecies across the range including island-specific subspecies. The nominal subspecies, E. p. pertinax above, has a bright orange-yellow face and a blue crown.
Brown-throated Conure
Brown-throated Conure
St Thomas Conures
The Brown-throated was introduced to the US Virgin Islands, mainly St Thomas from where it takes its alternative name.
Brown-throated Surinam Conure
Brown-throated Surinam Conure
Brown-throated Surinam Conure pair
The Brown-throated Surinam Conure, E. p. surinama, (above) is a subspecies native to Surinam, French Guiana and north-eastern Venezuela.
Brown-throated Surinam Conure juvenile Surinam juvenile
Brown-throated Surinam Conure Surinam juvenile
Brown-throated Aruba Conure possible Aruba subspecies E. p. arubensis
Subspecies differ mainly in appearance of head, crown and underparts. For example E. p. xanthogenia from the island of Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles has a full yellow-orange head, whereas E. p. venezuelae of Venezuela has almost no yellow, just a blue crown and brown face/throat.