Hi Kim and welcome to the birdcrazy forum. With the sun conures they come from South America Argentina. There is some thing like around 18 to 20 species of conures the Suns being just one. At the moment I don't have a map of the area where suns normally originate from. As I am not at home in Tassie at the moment. I will let you know asap.
Thanks What I actually meant was there are different sun conures that come from different areas. I know they're from Sth America (I said Nth oops). I know some are from Argentina, some from Brazil, Mexico etc but what I wanted to know is can I tell exactly where mine is from in Sth Amer? I do know the ones from Argentina are particularly loud compaired to suns from other parts. Are there any other ways to tell where they originated from in Sth Am?
The Sun Conure can be found in most of South and Central America. Some species are also well represented in the West Indies, as well as parts of Mexico. In the wild sun conures are friendly, peaceful birds and seldom fight with each other. They live together in groups of twenty or more birds, even during the mating season, and feed on various seeds, fruits, and insects.
Hailing from the northeastern coast of South America, sun conures are
No I don't think anyone really understands what I'm talking about, but thanks anyway.
I know about suns in general in Sth America. I wanted to know was the specific habits of each sun in their natural habitat. EG: sun conures that live in Argentina are noisier than those that live in other parts of Sth America. did you know this is a fact? My sun can be at time relatively noisy, does this mean she's definately an Argentina sun or does she come from another specific place in Sth/central America. Can we tell exactly where they're from? That kind of difference in them.
I guess no one can really tell the difference of each sun conure by where EXACTLY in Sth America they naturally come from as an indevidual group, not as a whole sun conures some from Sth America. Of course except the Argentina sun LOL this I do know about them.