Exotics that could become Established

Below is a high-level spreadsheet listing out the more frequently seen/encountered exotics that *could* become Established at some point and are certainly worth monitoring. This is not meant to be a comprehensive list of all exotics that occur in Texas but highlights those populations that the TBRC is aware of which seem to have varying levels of potential to become self-sustaining. Updates to the spreadsheet may happen once or twice a year as conditions/changes warrant.

The TBRC encourages folks who observe birds in these populations to enter them into eBird.

See also our page on Criteria for Determining Establishment of Exotics.

Status of Exotic Birds in Texas (as of 13 Feb 2020)