List of introduced bird species

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This list of introduced bird species includes all the species of bird introduced to an area without regard to that territory being or not being their native area of occupation or the success of that re-introduction or introduction to the area. 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[edit]

Struthionidae[edit]

  • Ostrich, successfully introduced to Australia,[1] and possibly introduced to New Mexico (captive only) and Israel

Casuariidae[edit]

Rheidae[edit]

Apterygidae[edit]

Tinamiformes[edit]

Tinamidae[edit]

Anseriformes[edit]

Anatidae[edit]

Galliformes[edit]

Megapodidae[edit]

Cracidae[edit]

Tetraonidae[edit]

Phasianidae[edit]

Odontophoridae[edit]

Numididae[edit]

Meleagrididae[edit]

Pelecaniformes[edit]

Pelecanidae[edit]

Phalacrocoracidae[edit]

Ciconiiformes[edit]

Ardeidae[edit]

Threskiornithidae[edit]

  • Scarlet ibis, successfully introduced to Florida,[23] possibly introduced unsuccessfully to Canada
  • Sacred ibis, successfully introduced to France, Taiwan and Florida,[24] 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[edit]

Cathartidae[edit]

Falconiformes[edit]

Accipitridae[edit]

Falconidae[edit]

Gruiformes[edit]

Rallidae[edit]

Gruidae[edit]

Charadriiformes[edit]

Turnicidae[edit]

Laridae[edit]

Recurvirostridae[edit]

Charadriidae[edit]

Pterocliformes[edit]

Pteroclidae[edit]

Columbiformes[edit]

Columbidae[edit]

Psittaciformes[edit]

Strigopidae[edit]

  • Kakapo, successfully, but tenuously, introduced to several islands off New Zealand

Cacatuidae[edit]

Psittacidae[edit]

Strigiformes[edit]

Tytonidae[edit]

Strigidae[edit]

Apodiformes[edit]

Apodidae[edit]

Trochilidae[edit]

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

Coraciiformes[edit]

Alcedinidae[edit]

Passeriformes[edit]

Tyrannidae[edit]

Menuridae[edit]

Alaudidae[edit]

Pycnonotidae[edit]

Cinclidae[edit]

Mimidae[edit]

Prunellidae[edit]

  • Dunnock, successfully introduced to New Zealand; unsuccessfully introduced to the United States

Turdidae[edit]

Sylviidae[edit]

Muscicapidae[edit]

Timaliidae[edit]

Maluridae[edit]

Paridae[edit]

Zosteropidae[edit]

Meliphagidae[edit]

Dicruridae[edit]

Callaeidae[edit]

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

Artamidae[edit]

Paradisaeidae[edit]

Corvidae[edit]

Sturnidae[edit]

Passeridae[edit]

Ploceidae[edit]

Estrildidae[edit]

Viduidae[edit]

Fringillidae[edit]

Drepanididae[edit]

Thraupidae[edit]

Emberizidae[edit]

Cardinalidae[edit]

Icteridae[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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