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.