List of introduced bird species

List of introduced bird species

This list of introduced bird species includes all the species of bird successfully or unsuccessfully introduced to an area other than their native range, or to an area they formerly inhabited. This practice has been harmful in many areas, although some introductions are made with the aim of preserving bird species. Following the name of the bird, a brief description of where they were introduced is included.

Struthioniformes

Struthionidae

*Ostrich, possibly successfully introduced to South Australia

Casuariidae

*Emu, successfully introduced to Kangaroo Island, South Australia; unsuccessfully introduced to Heron Island, Queensland and possibly to New Zealand
*Southern Cassowary, possibly introduced successfully to Seram (possibly native)

Rheidae

*Greater Rhea, possibly unsuccessfully introduced to France
*Lesser Rhea, successfully introduced to Tierra del Fuego; unsuccessfully introduced to Ukraine

Apterygidae

*North Island Brown Kiwi, successfully introduced to Kapiti Island, New Zealand
*Tokoeka, successfully introduced to Kapiti Island and Little Barrier Island, New Zealand
*Little Spotted Kiwi, successfully introduced to Kapiti Island, New Zealand

Tinamiformes

Tinamidae

*Great Tinamou, unsuccessfully introduced to Sapelo Island, Georgia, USA
*Red-winged Tinamou, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Chilean Tinamou, introduced successfully to Easter Island and unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands

Anseriformes

Anatidae

*Trumpeter Swan, re-introduced successfully to areas of the USA and Canada
*Mute Swan, feral/semi-domesticated/introduced breeder in western Europe and the British Isles (where does also occur as a wild bird); introduced successfully to North America, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa; introduced unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands
*Black Swan, successfully introduced to New Zealand and Holland; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Spur-winged Goose, unsuccessfully introduced to Western Australia
*Cape Barren Goose, introduced unsuccessfully to New Zealand; re-introduced successfully to King Island in Bass Strait
*Snow Goose, successfully introduced to Scotland (Isle of Mull, feral/occasional breeder in England and possibly elsewhere in western Europe, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Greylag Goose, successfully introduced to England and Falkland Islands (is a native rare-breeder in northern Scotland); unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand. Possibly successfully introduced ferally in Colombia and elsewhere in the Andes
*Bean Goose, re-introduced to Finland
*Canada Goose, successfully introduced to Great Britain, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark and New Zealand; successfully re-introduced to some areas of the USA and Canada; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and Western Australia
*Hawaiian Goose, re-introduced successfully to Hawaii and Maui in the Hawaiian Islands; possibly introduced unsuccessfully to New Zealand
*Magellan Goose, unsuccessfully introduced to South Georgia Island
*Australian Wood Duck, possibly introduced unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands and New Zealand
*Black-bellied Whistling Duck, successfully re-introduced to Trinidad and Tobago; unsuccessfully introduced to Cuba and Jamaica
*White-faced Whistling Duck, unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius
*Paradise Shelduck, successfully introduced to the North Island, New Zealand
*Egyptian Goose, successfully introduced to eastern England, occasionally feral in Europe; introduced unsuccessfully to New Zealand, Australia, and the USA
*Muscovy Duck, feral in many parts of the world; introduced successfully to areas of the USA and Britain; introduced unsuccessfully to Adams Island, New Zealand
*Mallard, successfully introduced to the eastern USA, Bermuda, Australia, New Zealand, the Falkland Islands, Macquarie Island, Colombia, possibly the Falkland Islands and Kerguelen; re-introduced successfully to the Hawaiian Islands; introduced unsuccessfully to Tahiti
*Meller's Duck, possibly successfully introduced to Mauritius; unsuccessfully introduced to Réunion
*Blue-winged Teal, possibly introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Northern Pintail, successfully introduced to Île Saint-Paul and Amsterdam Island in the southern Indian Ocean; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Eurasian Wigeon, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Gadwall, possibly unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Wood Duck, feral and occasionally breeds in Great Britain; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Tahiti
*Mandarin Duck, successfully introduced to England and possibly other areas of Europe; unsuccessfully introduced to Australia, New Zealand and Tahiti
*Pochard, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Tufted Duck, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand; occasionally feral in the USA
*Ruddy Duck, successfully introduced to Great Britain, feral in western Europe

Galliformes

Megapodidae

*Malleefowl, unsuccessfully introduced to Kangaroo Island and Rottnest Island, Australia
*Australian Brush-turkey, introduced unsuccessfully to Kangaroo Island and Dunk Island in Australia, and to New Zealand

Cracidae

*Black Curassow, possibly introduced unsuccessfully to Haiti and New Zealand
*Great Curassow, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, Haiti, the USA, Panama
*Crested Guan, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Plain Chachalaca, successfully introduced to Sapelo Island and possibly Blackbeard Island, Georgia, USA
*Rufous-vented Chachalaca, possibly introduced (possibly colonised) to the Grenadines, Bequia, Union Island and Saint Vincent in the Caribbean
*Chestnut-winged Chachalaca, probably unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Tetraonidae

*Capercaillie, successfully re-introduced to Scotland and mainland Europe; unsuccessfully introduced to North America
*Eurasian Black Grouse, re-introduced successfully to areas of Great Britain, Russia and possibly Poland; unsuccessfully introduced to Ireland, North America and New Zealand
*Willow Grouse, re-introduced successfully to Poland; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Fiji and the USA. Subspeciesl.l.scoticus (Red Grouse) introduced to southern England (Dartmoor, Exmoor, unsuccessfully introduced to Belgium
*Ptarmigan, unsuccessfully introduced to Japan and possibly New Zealand
*Dusky Grouse, introduced (status uncertain) to several islands in the Gulf of Alaska
*Spruce Grouse, possibly successfully introduced to Newfoundland, Kodiak and Woody Island
*Hazel Grouse, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and possibly Poland
*Ruffed Grouse, successfully introduced to Michigan, Missouri and Nevada, unsuccessfully elsewhere in the USA; successfully introduced to Anticosti Island and Newfoundland in Canada, and possibly Saskatchewan
*Greater Sage Grouse, successfully re-introduced to New Mexico; unsuccessfully introduced to Montana and British Columbia
*Sharp-tailed Grouse, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and New Zealand
*Greater Prairie Chicken, unsuccessfully introduced to areas of the USA, the Hawaiian Islands and New Zealand
*Lesser Prairie Chicken, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Phasianidae

*See-see Partridge, introduced unsuccessfully to the USA and the Hawaiian Islands
*Sand Partridge, introduced unsuccessfully to Cyprus
*Snow Partridge, introduced unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands and the USA
*Chukar, introduced successfully to Russia, the USA, Canada, Mexico, the Hawaiian Islands, New Zealand, St Helena, and possibly Australia, Eleuthera in the Bahamas, and South Africa; unsuccessfully introduced to France, Ukraine, and Alaska, widely released and feral in Great Britain
*Red-legged Partridge, introduced successfully to Great Britain, the Azores, Madeira, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, and possibly the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea, the Canary Islands, Porto Santo, and northern Spain and Portugal; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA, the Hawaiian Islands, Australia and New Zealand
*Barbary Partridge, introduced successfully to the Canary Islands, and possibly Sardegna and Gibraltar; unsuccessfully introduced to Great Britain, New Zealand, Australia, the USA and the Hawaiian Islands
*Arabian Partridge, possibly unsuccessfully introduced to Eritrea
*Black Francolin, introduced successfully to India, Russia, the USA, the Hawaiian Islands, and Guam; possibly unsuccessfully introduced to Saudi Arabia
*Chinese Francolin, successfully introduced to Mauritius, the Philippines, and possibly Madagascar and the Seychelles; unsuccessfully introduced to Oman, Réunion and the Hawaiian Islands
*Grey Francolin, successfully introduced to the Amirante Islands, the Hawaiian Islands, the Seychelles, Rodrigues and possibly Mauritius, Réunion, and the USA; unsuccessfully introduced to Diego Garcia in the Chagos Archipelago and to the Andaman Islands
*Red-billed Francolin, introduced, perhaps successfully, to Hawaii in the Hawaiian Islands
*Heuglin's Francolin, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Clapperton's Francolin, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Erckel's Francolin, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Red-necked Francolin, successfully introduced to Ascension Island
*Yellow-necked Francolin, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Grey Partridge, successfully re-introduced to Russia, Finland, Great Britain, France and Italy; successfully introduced to the USA and Canada; unsuccessfully introduced to the Inner Hebrides, the Orkney Islands, the Outer Hebrides, Norway, the Hawaiian Islands, Fiji, Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand, and Chile
*Daurian Partridge, successfully introduced to the Philippines; unsuccessfully introduced to Japan
*Madagascar Partridge, unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius and Réunion
*Common Quail, introduced successfully to Réunion; introduced unsuccessfully to the USA and Tahiti; possibly introduced unsuccessfully to Australia, New Zealand, the Seychelles, Mauritius and France
*Japanese Quail, introduced successfully to the Hawaiian Islands; introduced unsuccessfully to the USA
*Stubble Quail, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and the Hawaiian Islands
*Brown Quail, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Asian Blue Quail, successfully introduced to Guam and to southeastern Australia (foreign race); unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius, Réunion, the Hawaiian Islands, and possibly New Zealand and the USA
*Jungle Bush Quail, unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius and Réunion
*Taiwan Partridge (also called Taiwan Hill Partridge, unsuccessfully introduced to Japan
*Crested Wood Partridge, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Chinese Bamboo Partridge, successfully introduced to Japan and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and Russia
*Temminck's Tragopan, possibly introduced unsuccessfully to New Zealand
*Himalayan Monal, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and France
*Brown Eared Pheasant, introduced unsuccessfully to Alaska
*Silver Pheasant, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Australia, the Hawaiian Islands, the USA, Canada, France, Great Britain, Russia, and Colombia
*Kalij Pheasant, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and Alaska
*Swinhoe's Pheasant, introduced successfully to Taiwan; unsuccessfully introduced to Japan
*Crested Fireback, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia
*Red Junglefowl, successfully introduced in the Philippines, much of Indonesia, Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, Réunion, the Grenadines, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa; unsuccessfully introduced to Hispaniola, Isles Glorieuses, Chagos Archipelago, St Helena, the USA, Trinidad, and France
*Green Junglefowl, successfully introduced to the Cocos-Keeling Islands
*Grey Junglefowl, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Cheer Pheasant, successfully re-introduced in India; unsuccessfully introduced to Europe and Alaska
*Common Pheasant, successfully introduced to Europe, North America, the Hawaiian Islands, New Zealand, Japan, Chile, St Helena, and on King Island, Rottnest Island and Tasmania, Australia; unsuccessfully introduced to mainland Australia, the Dominican Republic, Panama, Pitcairn Island, Taiwan, Madeira, Alaska, Bermuda, Peru, Tahiti, Mauritius, Kangaroo Island, and Cyprus
*Reeves's Pheasant, successfully introduced to France; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, Great Britain, Ireland, the USA, Alaska, and New Zealand
*Copper Pheasant, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and the USA
*Golden Pheasant, successfully introduced to Great Britain; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA, Canada, the Hawaiian Islands, New Zealand, Colombia, and Tahiti
*Lady Amherst's Pheasant, successfully introduced to England; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, Colombia and possibly New Zealand
*Indian Peafowl, successfully introduced to Pakistan, California, Hawaiian Islands, Andaman Islands, New Zealand, Rottnest Island, Heron Island, King Island in Australia; unsuccessfully introduced to the Dominican Republic, St Helena, Tahiti, and Madeira. Feral and occasional breeder in England.

Odontophoridae

*Mountain Quail, introduced successfully to Vancouver Island in Canada and to some areas of the USA; possibly to the Hawaiian Islands; introduced unsuccessfully to New Zealand
*Scaled Quail, introduced successfully to some areas of the USA, and probably introduced unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands
*California Quail, introduced successfully to New Zealand, the Hawaiian Islands, Chile, Juan Fernandez, Argentina, parts of Canada and the USA, King Island and Norfolk Island in Australia; unsuccessfully introduced to Australia, Tasmania, France, Tahiti, and perhaps Fiji, Tonga and South Africa
*Gambel's Quail, introduced successfully in areas of the USA and to the Hawaiian Islands
*Northern Bobwhite, re-introduced successfully to parts of the USA; introduced successfully to Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, France and New Zealand; introduced successfully but now extirpated to Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Antigua, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Barbados, St Croix, St Kitts, and Bermuda; introduced unsuccessfully to Peru, Canada, the Hawaiian Islands, Ireland, Great Britain, China, and South Africa
*Crested Bobwhite, introduced successfully to the Grenadines and the Virgin Islands
*Montezuma Quail, introduced unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands

Numididae

*Helmeted Guineafowl, introduced successfully to south and east Africa, Hispaniola, Cuba, the Isle of Pines, and probably in Arabia, Madagascar, the Comoros, Mauritius, Agalega Island, Annobón, Cape Verde and Barbuda; now extirpated after successful introduction on Rodrigues; possibly successfully introduced to France, New Zealand, Australia and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Ascension Island, the Chagos Archipelago, St Helena, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Trinidad, Gonave Island, Madeira, and the USA. Has bred ferally in England.

Meleagrididae

*Wild Turkey, successfully re-introduced to areas of the USA and Canada; introduced successfully to the Hawaiian Islands, Germany, New Zealand, and Tasmania; unsuccessfully introduced to Hispaniola and Fiji

Pelecaniformes

Pelecanidae

*Brown Pelican, successfully re-introduced to Louisiana

Phalacrocoracidae

*Great Cormorant, introduced unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands
*Guanay Cormorant, possibly introduced unsuccessfully to San Geronimo Island, Baja California

Ciconiiformes

Ardeidae

*Cattle Egret, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, Chagos Archipelago, Seychelles and possibly Rodrigues Island; unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius and Australia, which it has colonised naturally
*Nankeen Night Heron, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Bird Island, Western Australia
*Black-crowned Night Heron, unsuccessfully introduced to Scotland and Norfolk, England (free-flying colonies now subject to control).

Threskiornithidae

*Scarlet Ibis, successfully introduced to Florida; possibly introduced unsuccessfully to Canada
*Sacred Ibis, successfully introduced to France; feral elsewhere in western Europe.
*Bald Ibis, successfully re-introduced to Turkey, ongoing re-introduction schemes in Austria and Spain to restore species to former range (success as yet unknown)

Phoenicopteridae

*Greater Flamingo, successfully introduced to the USA; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Chilean Flamingo, successfully introduced to Holland and Germany, occasionally feral and has bred elsewhere in western Europe including Britain.

Cathartidae

*Turkey Vulture, successfully introduced to Puerto Rico, Hispaniola and possibly the Bahamas
*California Condor, successfully re-introduced to California and Arizona

Falconiformes

Accipitridae

*White-tailed Eagle, successfully re-introduced to Scotland, possible future-reintroductions planned in southern England
*Common Buzzard, re-introduced to Northern Ireland
*Western Marsh Harrier, successfully introduced to Tahiti
*Osprey, successfully re-introduced to England (Rutland Water), has naturally re-colonised Scotland and Wales.

Falconidae

*Peregrine Falcon, successfully re-introduced in parts of the USA
*Chimango Caracara, successfully introduced to Easter Island

Gruiformes

Gruidae

*Demoiselle Crane, unsuccessfully introduced to France
*Brolga, unsuccessfully introduced to Fiji

Rallidae

*Weka, successfully introduced to Macquarie Island, Chatham Islands and other New Zealand islands
*Corncrake, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA, currently being re-introduced to the Nene Washes, eastern England (success as yet unknown).
*Laysan Rail, unsuccessfully introduced to several islands in the Hawaiian Islands
*Common Moorhen, successfully introduced to St Helena; unsuccessfully introduced to Hawaii and Maui in the Hawaiian Islands
*Gough Island Moorhen, re-introduced, possibly successfully, to Tristan da Cunha
*Purple Swamphen, successfully introduced to Mauritius and the USA; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and possibly Argentina

Charadriiformes

Laridae

*Silver Gull, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Western Gull, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Turnicidae

*Painted Buttonquail, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and possibly to New Zealand
*Madagascar Buttonquail, successfully introduced (or possibly colonised) the Isles Glorieuses and Réunion; unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius

Charadriidae

*Northern Lapwing, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Grey Plover, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Eurasian Golden Plover, unsuccessfullyiy introduced to New Zealand

Pterocliformes

Pteroclidae

*Pallas's Sandgrouse, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Australia
*Black-bellied Sandgrouse, unsuccessfully introduced to Nevada and perhaps Australia
*Chestnut-bellied Sandgrouse, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and perhaps to the USA and Hawaiian Islands

Columbiformes

Columbidae

*Pink-headed Imperial Pigeon, unsuccessfully introduced to the Cocos-Keeling Islands
*Rock Pigeon, successfully introduced in Eurasia, North Africa, North America, Central America, South America, the West Indies, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Juan Fernandez, Easter Island, the Society Islands, Samoa, Fiji, the Hawaiian Islands, Australia, New Zealand, Norfolk Island, Mauritius, the Andaman and Nicobar islands, South Georgia, St Helena, the Marquesas, and probably elsewhere. Ubiquitous in cities worldwide.
*Wood Pigeon, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Mourning Dove, probably successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*White-winged Dove, successfully introduced to Florida and the Hawaiian Islands
*Turtle Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and New Zealand
*Red Turtle Dove, possibly introduced to Malaysia and Singapore, unsuccessfully
*Madagascar Turtle Dove, possibly successfully introduced to Mauritius, Diego Garcia and Réunion (perhaps native); successfully introduced to the Seychelles and Amirantes
*Eurasian Collared Dove successfully introduced to the USA, Bahamas and New Zealand; *Barbary Dove; successfully introduced to the Canary Islands (occasionally feral elsewhere in Europe, successfully introduced to the USA, possibly successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and to Alice Springs in Australia
*Red-eyed Dove, possibly introduced to Cape Peninsula, South Africa (perhaps colonised)
*Island Collared Dove, successfully introduced to the Mariana Islands; possibly introduced successfully in Sumatra and the Philippines (possibly native); unsuccessfully introduced to Borneo and New Zealand
*Spotted Dove, successfully introduced to eastern Indonesia, Fiji, New Britain, New Caledonia, New Zealand, the Hawaiian Islands, Australia, southern California and Mauritius
*Laughing Dove, successfully introduced to Western Australia
*Peaceful Dove and/or Zebra Dove, successfully introduced to St Helena, Madagascar, Mauritius, Seychelles, Réunion, Isles Glorieuses, Rodrigues, Chagos Archipelago, Tahiti, Kangaroo Island, the Hawaiian Islands, Thailand, Borneo, the Philippines, and possibly Cosmoledos, Farquhar, Sulawesi, and Amboina
*Diamond Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, the Hawaiian Islands, and Kangaroo Island
*Bar-shouldered Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and Kangaroo Island
*Inca Dove, introduced successfully to southern Florida
*Common Ground Dove, possibly introduced successfully to Bermuda
*Namaqua Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Australia
*Emerald Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and perhaps New Zealand
*Common Bronzewing, successfully introduced to Kangaroo Island; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and the Hawaiian Islands
*Crested Pigeon, possibly successfully introduced to Kangaroo Island; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, New Zealand, Europe and the USA
*Partridge Pigeon, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and perhaps New Zealand
*Spinifex Pigeon, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and Kangaroo Island
*White-tipped Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Caribbean Dove, introduced, perhaps successfully, to New Providence in the Bahamas
*Ruddy Quail-Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Luzon Bleeding-heart, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and the Hawaiian Islands
*Wonga Pigeon, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Kangaroo Island and the Hawaiian Islands
*Blue-headed Quail-Dove, unsuccessfully introduced to Jamaica and the Hawaiian Islands
*Nicobar Pigeon, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Psittaciformes

Cacatuidae

*Gang-gang Cockatoo, unsuccessfully introduced to Kangaroo Island
*Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, possibly successfully introduced to New Zealand (perhaps colonised); successfully introduced to Western Australia, Palau and in some Indonesian islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Singapore and the Hawaiian Islands
*Yellow-crested Cockatoo, successfully introduced to Singapore and Hong Kong
*Moluccan Cockatoo, possibly introduced to Amboina in the Moluccas; an occasional escapee in the Hawaiian Islands
*Major Mitchell's Cockatoo, unsuccessfully introduced to Fiji
*Goffin's Cockatoo, possibly introduced successfully to Tual in the Kai Islands, Indonesia
*Galah, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Long-billed Corella, successfully introduced to eastern Australia; unsuccessfully introduced to the Chagos Archipelago
*Cockatiel, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and New Zealand

Psittacidae

*Kakapo, successfully, but tenuously, introduced to several islands off New Zealand
*Blue-streaked Lory, possibly introduced successfully to the Kai Islands and Damar Islands, Indonesia
*Rainbow Lorikeet, successfully introduced to Perth, Western Australia
*Rimatara Lorikeet (also called Kuhl's Lory), successfully introduced to the Line Islands in the Pacific Ocean
*Tahitian Lory, successfully re-introduced to Aitutaki in the Cook Islands; unsuccessfully re-introduced to Tahiti
*Musk Lorikeet, unsuccessfully introduced to Western Australia
*Scarlet Macaw, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Chestnut-fronted Macaw, introduced perhaps successfully to Florida
*Brown-throated Parakeet, successfully introduced to the Virgin Islands and possibly the USA
*Orange-fronted Parakeet, possibly successfully introduced to Florida
*Mitred Conure, successfully introduced to California
*Nanday Conure, introduced, perhaps successfully, in the USA; introduced unsuccessfully in the Hawaiian Islands
*Maroon-faced Parakeet, successfully introduced to the area around Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
*Monk Parakeet, successfully introduced to Puerto Rico and the USA; possibly successfully introduced to England
*Green-rumped Parrotlet, successfully introduced to Jamaica and Barbados, and possibly Curaçao and Tobago; unsuccessfully introduced to Martinique
*Canary-winged Parakeet, successfully introduced to Peru, Puerto Rico, and the USA
*Orange-chinned Parakeet, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and the Hawaiian Islands
*Hispaniolan Amazon, successfully introduced to Puerto Rico; unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*White-fronted Amazon, unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Red-crowned Amazon, successfully introduced to the USA and probably the Hawaiian Islands
*Red-lored Amazon, possibly introduced successfully to California and Florida
*Yellow-crowned Amazon, introduced, possibly successfully, in the USA and Trinidad; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Orange-winged Amazon, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Yellow-shouldered Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Lilac-crowned Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Festive Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Red-spectacled Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Mealy Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Turquoise-fronted Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Yellow-headed Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Yellow-naped Amazon unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Meyer's Parrot, successfully introduced to Cape Province in South Africa
*Greater Vasa Parrot, unsuccessfully introduced to Réunion
*Eclectus Parrot, successfully introduced to Palau and to the Goram Islands, Indonesia; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Blue-naped Parrot, successfully introduced to the area of Borneo
*Great-billed Parrot, possibly introduced, successfully, to Balut Island, Indonesia
*Rose-ringed Parakeet, successfully introduced to Mauritius, Zanzibar and England; perhaps introduced successfully to Oman, Yemen, Hong Kong, Macau, Kenya and the USA; unsuccessfully introduced to Egypt, Singapore, Cape Verde, the Hawaiian Islands and the Andaman Islands
*Red-breasted Parakeet, introduced successfully to Borneo and Pinang Island; unsuccessfully introduced to Singapore
*Plum-headed Parakeet, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Red Shining Parrot, unsuccessfully introduced to Vanuatu and Fiji
*Madagascar Lovebird, perhaps introduced successfully to Rodrigues, Réunion, the Comoros and the Seychelles; unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius, Zanzibar, and the Mafia Islands, and possibly to South Africa
*Peach-faced Lovebird, unsuccessfully introduced to Western Australia, the Hawaiian Islands, and Florida
*Fischer's Lovebird, successfully introduced to the Tanga area of Tanzania and southern Kenya; unsuccessfully introduced to Florida
*Masked Lovebird, successfully introduced to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania and to Nairobi, Kenya and the Canary Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Nyasa Lovebird, possibly introduced successfully to Lundazi in Zambia and to Namibia
*Crimson Rosella, successfully introduced to Norfolk Island and New Zealand unsuccessfully introduced to Lord Howe Island and Western Australia
*Eastern Rosella, successfully introduced to New Zealand and near Adelaide, South Australia
*Pale-headed Rosella, introduced unsuccessfully to the Hawaiian Islands
*Yellow-fronted Parakeet, successfully re-introduced to Stephens Island, New Zealand
*Budgerigar, successfully introduced to the USA; unsuccessfully introduced to England, South Africa, the Hawaiian Islands, Japan, Hong Kong, South America and New Zealand

Strigiformes

Tytonidae

*Barn Owl, successfully introduced to the Seychelles, St Helena and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Lord Howe Island
*Masked Owl, successfully introduced to Lord Howe Island

Strigidae

*Eurasian Eagle-owl, re-introduced to parts of Sweden, possibly successfully introduced (or natural coloniser) to England.
*Southern Boobook, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand (Australian race) and Lord Howe Island
*Little Owl, successfully introduced to England and New Zealand
*Tawny Owl, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand

Apodiformes

Apodidae

*Edible-nest Swiftlet, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Trochilidae

*Many hummingbirds of unknown species have been introduced to Brazil, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, although none are believed to have been successful

Coraciiformes

Halcyonidae

*Laughing Kookaburra, successfully introduced to Western Australia, Kangaroo Island, Flinders Island in Tasmania and New Zealand; unsuccessfully introduced to Fiji

Passeriformes

Tyrannidae

*Great Kiskadee, successfully introduced to Bermuda

Menuridae

*Superb Lyrebird, successfully introduced to Tasmania

Alaudidae

*Mongolian Lark, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Wood Lark, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and perhaps to Australia and New Zealand
*Skylark, successfully introduced to New Zealand, Australia, Tasmania, Kangaroo Island, Lord Howe Island, the Hawaiian Islands and Canada; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA


=Pycnonotidae=

*Red-whiskered Bulbul, successfully introduced to Malaysia, Singapore, the Nicobar Islands, Mauritius, Réunion, Australia, the USA, and the Hawaiian Islands, and perhaps to Sumatra and Java
*Red-vented Bulbul, successfully introduced to Fiji, Samoa, Tonga and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and New Zealand
*Sooty-headed Bulbul, introduced, perhaps successfully, to Sumatra and Sulawesi; introduced unsuccessfully to Singapore
*Réunion Bulbul, unsuccessfully introduced to Diego Garcia in the Chagos Archipelago

Cinclidae

*White-throated Dipper, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA

Mimidae

*Northern Mockingbird, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Bermuda, Barbados, St Helena, Tahiti and the northern USA
*Tropical Mockingbird, successfully introduced to Caucatal in Colombia and Panama; unsuccessfully introduced to Barbados and Nevis

Prunellidae

*Dunnock, successfully introduced to New Zealand; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA

Turdidae

*Western Bluebird, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Hermit Thrush, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia
*Blackbird, successfully introduced to Australia, Tasmania and New Zealand; unsuccessfully introduced to South Africa, St Helena, the USA and Fiji
*Island Thrush, successfully introduced to the Cocos-Keeling Islands
*Song Thrush, successfully introduced to Australia and New Zealand; unsuccessfully introduced to South Africa, St Helena and the USA
*American Robin, unsuccessfully introduced to Great Britain
*Red-legged Thrush, unsuccessfully introduced to Grand Cayman Island in the West Indies

Sylviidae

*Japanese Bush Warbler, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Whitethroat, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Blackcap, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA and probably New Zealand

Muscicapidae

*European Robin, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the USA
*Japanese Robin, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Ryūkyū Robin, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Nightingale, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia, New Zealand, the USA and South Africa
*Oriental Magpie Robin, introduced, perhaps successfully, to the Hawaiian Islands
*White-rumped Shama, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Seychelles Magpie Robin, unsuccessfully introduced to Alphonse Island in the Amirantes
*Blue-and-White Flycatcher, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Narcissus Flycatcher, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Timaliidae

*White-throated Laughingthrush, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*White-crested Laughingthrush, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Black-throated Laughingthrush, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Hwamei, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*White-browed Laughingthrush, successfully introduced to Hong Kong
*Red-billed Leiothrix, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, France and perhaps Hong Kong; feral elsewhere in western Europe; unsuccessfully introduced to Australia, Tahiti, Colombia and the USA

Maluridae

*Superb Fairy-wren, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand

Paridae

*Great Tit, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Varied Tit, introduced, perhaps successfully, to the Hawaiian Islands
*Blue Tit, unsuccessfully introduced to Canada and New Zealand


=Zosteropidae=

*Silvereye, successfully introduced to Tahiti; unsuccessfully introduced to Lord Howe Island
*Japanese White-eye, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Christmas Island White-eye, successfully introduced to the Cocos-Keeling Islands

Meliphagidae

*Noisy Miner, successfully introduced to the Solomon Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand

Dicruridae

*Magpie-lark, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, the Hawaiian Islands and Fiji
*Willie Wagtail, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Black Drongo, successfully introduced to Guam and Rota Island in the southern Mariana Islands

Callaeidae

*Saddleback, introduced and re-introduced successfully to many islands off New Zealand for the preservation of this rare species

Artamidae

*Australian Magpie, successfully introduced to New Zealand, the Solomon Islands, Fiji, King Island, Flinders Island and Kangaroo Island; unsuccessfully introduced to Sri Lanka and to Rottnest Island
*Grey Currawong, unsuccessfully introduced to Fiji

Paradisaeidae

*Greater Bird-of-paradise, successfully introduced to the West Indies

Corvidae

*Red-billed Blue Magpie, introduced, possibly successfully, to the Hawaiian Islands
*Korean Magpie, successfully introduced to Kyūshū, Japan
*Jackdaw, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*House Crow, successfully introduced to Holland, Israel, Egypt (all ship-assisted colonisers), Malaysia, Singapore, Kenya, Zanzibar, Yemen, Djibouti, Sudan and South Africa; introduced, probably successfully, to Thailand, Pemba Island in east Africa, Oman and Mauritius; unsuccessfully introduced to the Andaman Islands and Australia
*New Caledonian Crow, successfully introduced to the Maré Island in New Caledonia
*Rook, successfully introduced to New Zealand
*American Crow, unsuccessfully introduced to Bermuda (now a successful colonist}
*Large-billed Crow, unsuccessfully introduced to the Nicobar Islands
*Pied Crow, unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius

Sturnidae

*White-headed Starling, unsuccessfully introduced to Camorta Island in the Nicobar Islands
*Rosy Starling, unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius
*European Starling, successfully introduced to the USA, Jamaica, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, and the Chatham Islands, and perhaps Vanuatu and Tonga; unsuccessfully introduced to Cuba and Venezuela
*Black-collared Starling, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Common Myna, successfully introduced to Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, St Helena, Seychelles, Réunion, Rodrigues, Mauritius, the Comoros, Madagascar, Chagos Archipelago, Ascension Island, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia, Fiji, the Society Islands, the Cook Islands, and the Hawaiian Islands, and probably to the Nicobar Islands, the Laccadive Islands, the Maldives and Vanuatu; unsuccessfully introduced to the Andaman Islands, the USA and England
*Jungle Myna, successfully introduced to Singapore, Fiji and Samoa, and perhaps Sumatra and the Andaman Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Christmas Island (near Australia)
*Crested Myna, successfully introduced to Malaysia, the Philippines and Canada; possibly successfully introduced to Portugal (Lisbon area), unsuccessfully introduced to Japan
*Common Hill Myna, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and the USA; unsuccessfully introduced to Christmas Island, and perhaps also St Helena, the Chagos Archipelago and Hong Kong

Passeridae

*House Sparrow, successfully introduced to the USA, Canada, Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Easter Island, Falkland Islands, Cuba, Hawaiian Islands, Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, South Africa, Mozambique, Somalia, Sudan, Zanzibar, Amirantes, Mauritius, Réunion, Rodrigues, Chagos Archipelago, Azores, Cape Verde, and colonised from these Mexico, Guatemala, Paraguay, Bermuda, Norfolk Island, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Zambia; probably introduced successfully to the Comoros, the Seychelles, Vanuatu and Kenya; unsuccessfully introduced to Jamaica, the Bahamas, St Helena, Greenland, Western Australia, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea and South Georgia Island
*Spanish Sparrow, introduced (or possibly colonised) to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde and Madeira
*Tree Sparrow, successfully introduced to the Philippines, Mariana Islands, Lesser Sunda Islands, Sulawesi, Pescadores, Australia, the central USA and eastern Malaysia, as well as (possibly) Singapore; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Bermuda

Ploceidae

*Scaly Weaver, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena
*Cape Weaver, unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius
*Village Weaver, successfully introduced to Puerto Rico, Haiti and the Dominican Republic, and probably to Réunion and Mauritius; possibly colonised or introduced to São Tomé; unsuccessfully introduced to Cape Verde
*Black-headed Weaver, possibly introduced successfully to São Tomé
*Asian Golden Weaver, unsuccessfully introduced to the Cocos-Keeling Islands
*Baya Weaver, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands and Hong Kong
*Madagascar Fody, successfully introduced to the Amirantes, Seychelles, Chagos Archipelago, Mauritius, Réunion, Rodrigues and St Helena, and possibly the Comoros and Isles Glorieuses (perhaps colonised)
*Seychelles Fody, unsuccessfully introduced to the Amirante Islands
*Yellow-crowned Bishop, introduced to the Hawaiian Islands (uncertain status)
*Northern Red Bishop, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia, the Hawaiian Islands, Tahiti and St Helena
*White-winged Widowbird, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and St Helena
*Long-tailed Widowbird, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena

Estrildidae

*Green-winged Pytilia, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena
*Red-billed Firefinch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti and perhaps the Hawaiian Islands
*Blue-breasted Cordon-bleu, introduced successfully to Zanzibar and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti and St Helena
*Red-cheeked Cordon-bleu, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Cape Verde and Tahiti
*Blue-capped Cordon-bleu, perhaps successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Violet-eared Waxbill, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena
*Lavender Waxbill, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Yellow-bellied Waxbill, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena
*Orange-cheeked Waxbill, successfully introduced to Puerto Rico, California and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Common Waxbill, successfully introduced to St Helena, Mauritius, Ascension Island, Rodrigues, Amirantes, Seychelles, Réunion, Cape Verde, São Tomé, New Caledonia, Tahiti, and Brazil, and perhaps Puerto Rico; unsuccessfully introduced to Madagascar, the Comoros, Príncipe, and Fiji
*Black-rumped Waxbill, successfully introduced to Portugal and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Black-cheeked Waxbill, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena
*Red Avadavat, successfully introduced to Sumatra, the Philippines, Japan, Réunion, Hawaiian Islands, Fiji and Egypt, and perhaps Hong Kong; unsuccessfully introduced to Singapore, the Andaman Islands, Mauritius, the Comoros, Sri Lanka and Tahiti
*Green Avadavat, successfully introduced to Lahore, Pakistan
*Zebra Waxbill, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti and St Helena
*Red-browed Firetail, successfully introduced to Western Australia and Tahiti; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Fiji and New Caledonia
*Diamond Firetail, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Tahiti, Fiji and the Hawaiian Islands
*Star Finch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Plum-headed Finch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Zebra Finch, successfully introduced to Nauru; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Tahiti and Kangaroo Island
*Double-barred Finch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Long-tailed Finch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Pin-tailed Parrotfinch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Blue-faced Parrotfinch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Red-throated Parrotfinch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Red-headed Parrotfinch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Gouldian Finch, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Indian Silverbill, unsuccessfully introduced to Puerto Rico
*African Silverbill, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Bronze Mannikin, successfully introduced to Puerto Rico; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Magpie Mannikin, successfully introduced to Zanzibar (or perhaps colonised); unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Scaly-breasted Munia, successfully introduced to Australia, Hawaiian Islands, Palau, Singapore, Mauritius and Réunion; unsuccessfully introduced to the Seychelles, Tahiti and New Zealand
*Javan Munia, successfully introduced to Singapore
*Black-headed Munia, successfully introduced to the Moluccas, Palau, Guam and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Japan, Australia and Tahiti
*White-rumped Munia, unsuccessfully introduced to Réunion
*Chestnut-breasted Munia, successfully introduced to the Society Islands and New Caledonia; unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Western Australia
*Java Sparrow, successfully introduced to parts of Indochina, China, Burma, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Borneo, Lesser Sunda Islands, Sulawesi, Moluccas, Philippines, Christmas Island, Cocos-Keeling Islands, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Hawaiian Islands, Fiji, Japan, Taiwan, St Helena, Florida in the USA and Puerto Rico; unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius, the Comoros, India, Seychelles, Australia and New Zealand

Viduidae

*Village Indigobird, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Shaft-tailed Whydah, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena
*Pin-tailed Whydah, perhaps introduced successfully to Puerto Rico and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Mayotte
*Eastern Paradise Whydah, unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena

Fringillidae

*Chaffinch, successfully introduced to New Zealand and South Africa; unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and the USA
*Brambling, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and New Zealand
*Canary, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Australia, the USA, Bermuda, New Zealand, England, and Italy, as well as being frequently feral in other areas
*Cape Canary, successfully introduced to Réunion; unsuccessfully introduced to Mauritius, St Helena and Tahiti
*White-rumped Seedeater, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Black-throated Canary, successfully introduced to Mauritius, Réunion, Rodrigues and the Hawaiian Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to the Amirantes and St Helena
*Yellow Canary, successfully introduced to St Helena and Ascension Island
*European Greenfinch, successfully introduced to Australia, New Zealand, Uruguay and the Azores; unsuccessfully introduced to St Helena and the USA
*Eurasian Siskin, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Australia and the USA
*American Goldfinch, unsuccessfully introduced to Bermuda and Tahiti
*Lesser Goldfinch, successfully introduced to Cuba
*European Goldfinch, successfully introduced to Cape Verde, Australia, New Zealand, Uruguay, Argentina and Bermuda; unsuccessfully introduced to the USA, Canada and South Africa
*Lesser Redpoll, successfully introduced to New Zealand
*Twite, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Linnet, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the USA
*House Finch, successfully introduced to the eastern USA and Hawaiian Islands
*Parrot Crossbill, unsuccessfully introduced to the USA
*Eurasian Bullfinch, unsuccessfully introduced to the New Zealand, Australia and the USA
*Hawfinch, unsuccessfully introduced to Australia
*Antillean Euphonia, unsuccessfully introduced to Vieques Island in Puerto Rico

Drepanididae

*Laysan Finch, introduced (probably for conservation purposes) successfully to several islands in the Hawaiian Islands

Thraupidae

*White-lined Tanager, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Summer Tanager, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Scarlet Tanager, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Silver-beaked Tanager, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Brazilian Tanager, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Crimson-backed Tanager, successfully introduced to Tahiti
*Blue-gray Tanager, successfully introduced to the USA and Peru; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Golden Tanager, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Masked Tanager, unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti
*Red-legged Honeycreeper, probably introduced successfully to Cuba; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti

Emberizidae

*Yellowhammer, successfully introduced to New Zealand; unsuccessfully introduced to Australia and the USA
*Ortolan Bunting, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand and Australia
*Cirl Bunting, successfully introduced to New Zealand
*Reed Bunting, unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Rufous-collared Sparrow, unsuccessfully introduced to the Falkland Islands
*Common Diuca-finch, successfully introduced to Easter Island
*Saffron Finch, successfully introduced to Jamaica, Panama, the Hawaiian Islands and probably Tobago
*Grassland Yellow-finch, successfully introduced to Barbados, from whence it has colonised several other West Indies islands
*White-collared Seedeater, unsuccessfully introduced to Cuba
*Cuban Grassquit, successfully introduced to New Providence in the Bahamas
*Yellow-faced Grassquit, successfully introduced to New Providence in the Bahamas; unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Puerto Rican Bullfinch, introduced (status unknown) to the island of St John in the Virgin Islands
*Yellow Cardinal, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Red-crested Cardinal, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, and possibly South Africa and the USA
*Red-cowled Cardinal, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Red-capped Cardinal, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Yellow-billed Cardinal, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Cardinalidae

*Northern Cardinal, successfully introduced to California, the Hawaiian Islands and Bermuda; unsuccessfully introduced to Tahiti and Australia
*Indigo Bunting, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Painted Bunting, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Orange-breasted Bunting, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands

Icteridae

*Spot-breasted Oriole, successfully introduced to Florida
*Troupial, successfully introduced to Puerto Rico and St Thomas in the Virgin Islands; unsuccessfully introduced to Jamaica, Trinidad, Antigua, Dominica and Grenada, where all are probably aviary escapees
*Yellow-hooded Blackbird, introduced, perhaps successfully, around Lima in Peru
*Red-breasted Blackbird, unsuccessfully introduced to Easter Island
*Long-tailed Meadowlark, unsuccessfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*Western Meadowlark, successfully introduced to the Hawaiian Islands; possibly unsuccessfully introduced to New Zealand
*Carib Grackle, successfully introduced to Antigua and Barbuda, St Kitts and Saint Martin in the Netherlands Antilles, and possibly Tobago
*Shiny Cowbird, successfully introduced to Chile

ee also

*Avian range expansion
*Introduced species
*List of bird species introduced to the Hawaiian Islands
*
*Purple Swamphens in North America

References

* [http://www.dfg.ca.gov/hcpb/species/nuis_exo/exo_spp.shtml California's Plants and Animals: Terrestrial Vertebrates Introduced Into California]
* [http://myfwc.com/critters/exotics/resultsClass.asp?taxclass=B Florida's Exotic Wildlife: status for 196 Bird species]
*Long, John L. (1981). "Introduced Birds of the World". Agricultural Protection Board of Western Australia, 21-493
* [http://www.invasivespeciesinfo.gov/council/main.shtml National Invasive Species Council]


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