Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Albatrosses, Laysan
Intentional

1

468

Intentional
Unintentional

4
4

1
4

Intentional

3

11

Intentional
Unintentional

7
3

154
9

Intentional

1

232

Intentional

6

Intentional
Unintentional

16
10

308
64

2
17

Intentional

10

21

32

Intentional
Unintentional

18
8

410
9

479
13

Intentional

3

1,107

Alligators, American
5
8

5

Anhingas
48

Armadillos, Nine-banded
2
9

10

Avadavats, Red
4,296

Avocets, American
5,915

Badgers
3

Bats (All)
Bears, Black
103

Bears, Grizzly
2

3

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Beavers
Intentional

41

24,390

94

12

Intentional

2

Intentional

2

9

Intentional

1

850

Intentional
Unintentional

5
1

Intentional
Unintentional

2
2

2

Intentional

1

40

880

Intentional

22

4,784

1,129,853

Intentional

7

2,330

30,485

Intentional
Unintentional

32
3

365,128
13

Beavers (Burrow/Den)
13

Beavers, Mountain
Bee-Eaters, Blue-cheeked
435

Birds, Unidentifiable
3,828
1

Bitterns, American
7
1

Bitterns, Yellow
Blackbirds, (Mixed Species)
Blackbirds, Brewer`s
Blackbirds, Red-winged
1,311,189
2

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Blackbirds, Rusty
Intentional

1

4

Intentional

6

1,373

Intentional
Unintentional

4
1

20
1

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

52

Intentional
Unintentional

16
15

845
21

Intentional

3

2

1,060

Intentional

1

53

1,035

Intentional

1

1,136

5,883

Intentional

2

91

1,171

Intentional

7

4

2,425

Blackbirds, Yellow-headed
1

84

Bluebirds, Eastern
288
37

Bluebirds, Western
26

Bluethroats
Bobcats
8
36

13

Bobolinks
Bramblings
Bulbuls, Red-vented
Buntings, Lark
Buntings, Snow

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Bushchates, Pied
Intentional

1

72

Intentional

1

25

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

4
1

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

139

Intentional

1

3,497

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

3
1

Unintentional

1

Unintentional

1

Buzzards, Long-legged
5

Caimans, Spectacled
2

Caracaras
43
1

Cardinals, Northern
34
1

1,383

Cardinals, Red Crested
15,108

Caribou/Reindeer
663

Catbirds, Gray
14
8

2

Catfish, Bullhead (All)
1

Catfish, Channel
32

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Cats, Feral/Free Ranging
Intentional
Unintentional

42
22

768
22

641
172

349

Intentional

1

21

1

Intentional

1

10

91

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

2,474

3,711

Intentional

1

56

Intentional

1

29

Intentional

1

8

Intentional

1

1

Intentional
Unintentional

18
1

4,642
1

Intentional

34

18,656

Cats, Jungle
Cattle, Feral
Chickens, Feral/Free Ranging
2

Chiffchaff
Chipmunks, Eastern
Chukars
Coatis
Coots, American
31,806

Cormorants, Double-crested
1,796

236,018

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Cormorants, Pelagic
Intentional

1

1,558

Intentional

25

1,102,097

Intentional
Unintentional

44
8

75,217
109

Intentional

14

Intentional
Unintentional

12
1

21
1

Intentional
Unintentional

39
3

8,228
1

Intentional

6

50

4,544

Intentional

1

13

15,622

Intentional

1

Intentional

3

Cowbirds, Brown-headed
73,732

Coyotes
11
21

536

Coyotes (Burrow/Den)
366

Cranes, Sandhill
217,892

Crows, American
155
4

1,337,340

Crows, Fish
Crows, Northwestern
Curlews, Bristle-thighed
210

Curlews, Long-billed
32

17,479

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Deer, Axis
Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

484

2,830

Intentional
Unintentional

4
1

41
2

3

Intentional
Unintentional

7
6

6
12

55
9

Unintentional

2

1

3

Intentional

3

30

Intentional
Unintentional

39
14

4,755
55

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

30
16

238
67

179
52

Unintentional

9

3

24

Intentional

17

3,895

1

Deer, Black-tailed
63

Deer, Mule
462

Deer, Sika
Deer, White-tailed (Captive)
Deer, White-tailed (Wild)
2
27

1,830

Dickcissels
2

Dogs, Feral, Free-ranging And Hybrids
104

Domestic Animal (Pet Or Livestock)
Doves, Collared, Eurasian
5,659

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Doves, Collared, Eurasian
Unintentional

4

1

28

Intentional

1

82

33

Unintentional

1

Intentional

1

1,475

Intentional
Unintentional

37
7

17,490
3

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

7,300

Intentional
Unintentional

3
1

72

Intentional

1

16,135

66,757

Intentional

5

8

1,759

Intentional

6

Doves, Collared, Island (Philippine)
693

Doves, Ground
8

Doves, Laughing
653

Doves, Mourning
382
233

222,713

Doves, Red Turtle
Doves, Spotted
40,801

Doves, White-winged
11
52

32,911

Doves, Zebra
Dowitchers, Long-billed
Dowitchers, Short-billed
908

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Ducks, American Black
Intentional
Unintentional

8
2

47
12

2,963

Intentional

17

43

4,508

Intentional

5

4

2,790

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

2

Intentional

1

18

Intentional

1

101

Intentional
Unintentional

15
1

201

Intentional

17

64

4,189

Intentional

1

12

2,429

Intentional

11

7

3,207

Ducks, Bufflehead
Ducks, Canvasback
Ducks, Common Pochard
Ducks, Eider, Common
12

8

Ducks, Eider, King
Ducks, Eider, Spectacled
Ducks, Feral
92
10

1,364

Ducks, Gadwall
Ducks, Goldeneye, Barrow`s
Ducks, Goldeneye, Common

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Ducks, Harlequin
Intentional

1

360

Intentional

1

795

Intentional

1

7,753

Intentional
Unintentional

41
8

2,368
11

82
14

98,887

Intentional

9

72

1

1,321

Intentional
Unintentional

15
1

26
2

2,493

Intentional

4

15

494

Intentional

2

27

442

Intentional

4

36

Intentional
Unintentional

8
2

31
1

Ducks, Hawaiian (T/E)
Ducks, Long-tailed
Ducks, Mallards

Ducks, Merganser, Common

Ducks, Merganser, Hooded

Ducks, Merganser, Red-breasted
Ducks, Mottled
Ducks, Muscovy
13

Ducks, Northern Pintail
22,339
4

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Ducks, Northern Shoveler
Intentional
Unintentional

19
1

78

33,290
18

Intentional

15

24

3,147

Intentional

16

25

3,212

Intentional

11

49

494

Intentional

4

67

9,612

Intentional

18

55

54,986

Intentional

2

Intentional

2

Intentional

1

Intentional

23

111

8,458

Intentional

1

3

164

Ducks, Redhead
Ducks, Ring-necked
Ducks, Ruddy
Ducks, Scaup, Greater
Ducks, Scaup, Lesser
Ducks, Scoter, Black
1,431

Ducks, Scoter, Surf
9

4,647

Ducks, Scoter, White-winged
440

Ducks, Teal, Blue-winged
Ducks, Teal, Cinnamon

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Ducks, Teal, Green-winged
Intentional

19

60

19,002

Intentional
Unintentional

4
1

8

Intentional
Unintentional

14
1

47

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

24
4

31
3

Intentional

6

150

Intentional
Unintentional

17
1

1

Intentional
Unintentional

3
2

2

Intentional

20

5,790

83,916

Intentional

27

287

13,272

Ducks, Whistling, Black-bellied
109
1

Ducks, Wigeon, American
13,027
20

Ducks, Wigeon, Eurasian
5

Ducks, Wood
2,388
1

Dunlins
4,214

Eagles, Bald
5

64,136

Eagles, Golden
112

Egrets, Cattle
Egrets, Great

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Egrets, Little
Intentional

1

5

Intentional
Unintentional

13
1

103
1

Intentional

2

2

Intentional
Unintentional

37
4

562

Intentional

1

14

Intentional

1

2

Intentional

8

8

5

71

Intentional
Unintentional

14
3

5

3
1

153
2

Intentional

7

15

67

Intentional
Unintentional

12
1

Egrets, Snowy
4,461

Elk, Wapiti (Wild)
Falcons, American Kestrels
588
5

5,203

Falcons, Eurasian Kestrels
1

Falcons, Lesser Kestrel
Falcons, Merlin
Falcons, Peregrine

Falcons, Prairie
Finches, House
3,407

52,922
50

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Finches, Purple
Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

2

Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

Intentional
Unintentional

2
5

1,855
3

Intentional
Unintentional

3
3

2
1

Intentional

13

72

52

Intentional

5

74

652

Intentional

1

3

Intentional

2

5

Intentional

1

105

Intentional
Unintentional

23
9

1,902
81

35

Finches, Saffron
496
30

Fish (Other)
5,915

Fishers
15
4

Flickers, Northern
Flycatchers, Scissor-tailed
Fowl, Guinea
Fowl, Pea
1

Foxes, Arctic
4

Foxes, Gray
29
94

12

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Foxes, Kit
Unintentional

3

14

2

Intentional
Unintentional

42
14

1,476
87

11
14

Intentional

12

Unintentional

2

41

Intentional

2

1,712

2,400

Intentional

1

343

387

Intentional

1

2,018

4,880

Intentional

1

333

Intentional

1

189

Unintentional

1

Intentional

2

Foxes, Red
189

Foxes, Red (Burrow/Den)
116

Foxes, Swift
Francolins, Black
Francolins, Erckel`s
Francolins, Gray
Frigatebirds, Greater
Frigatebirds, Magnificent
Frogs/Toads (Other)
37

Geese, Aleutian Cackling
7,608

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Geese, Brant, Atlantic
Intentional

4

408

3,367

Intentional

2

Intentional

4

12

Intentional
Unintentional

46
4

23,153
2

Intentional

10

37

Intentional

1

Intentional

2

4

4

Intentional

10

67

117,350

Intentional
Unintentional

8
1

121
3

Intentional

1

7

Intentional

1

3

Geese, Brant, Black
14

Geese, Cackling
19,888

Geese, Canada
2,371
2

517,064

Geese, Feral
15

1

Geese, Hawaiian (T/E)
952

Geese, Snow, Greater
Geese, Snow, Lesser
Geese, White-fronted, Greater
114,409
1

Godwits, Bar-tailed
Godwits, Hudsonian

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Godwits, Marbled
Intentional

3

4

357

Intentional

4

11

536

Intentional

1

1

1,879

Intentional
Unintentional

6
1

1,073
1

Intentional

3

Intentional

1

45

Intentional

3

661

Intentional
Unintentional

23
3

173,564
1

Intentional

1

44

Intentional
Unintentional

4
1

28,169
2

Goldfinches, American
Goldfinches, Lesser
Gophers, Pocket (All)

Gophers, Pocket (All) (Burrow/Den)
638

Gophers, Pocket, Botta's

Grackles, Boat-tailed
58,825

Grackles, Common
180,561
18

Grackles, Greater Antillean
Grackles, Great-tailed
80,209

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Grebes, Eared
Intentional

1

1

25

Intentional

3

Intentional

1

4

Intentional
Unintentional

13
2

14
2

65

Intentional

1

2

265

Intentional

2

1

Unintentional

1

2

Intentional

1

103

Intentional

1

Intentional

13

497

63,691

Intentional

1

3

10

Grebes, Horned
1

496

Grebes, Little
Grebes, Pied-billed

Grebes, Red-necked
Grebes, Western
1

7,462

Grosbeaks, Rose-breasted
Grouse, Sage, Greater
Grouse, Spruce
4

Gulls, Black-backed, Great
Gulls, Black-headed

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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Gulls, Bonaparte`s
Intentional

10

84

22,789

Intentional

6

1,174

259,004

Intentional

10

385

42,062

Intentional

1

Intentional

2

3,585

337,732

Intentional

1

1

734

Intentional

25

5,528

Intentional

13

4,942

281,628

Intentional

2

124

3,577

Intentional

36

6,482

Intentional

2

97

Intentional

1

106

Gulls, California
Gulls, Franklin`s
Gulls, Glaucous
73

Gulls, Glaucous-winged
Gulls, Heermann`s
Gulls, Herring
51

1,472,207

Gulls, Laughing
Gulls, Mew
Gulls, Ring-billed
7

2,000,883

Gulls, Western
1,818

Hamsters, Grey
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Table G. Animals Taken by Wildlife Services - FY 2013
Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Hares, Cape
Intentional

1

96

Intentional

1

110

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

26
2

3

Intentional
Unintentional

9
3

1,295
14

49

Intentional

1

1

Intentional
Unintentional

1
3

Intentional

2

Intentional
Unintentional

26
6

34

190
7

145

Intentional

5

15

10

262

Hares, European
Hares, Jackrabbits (Other)

Hares, Jackrabbits, Black-tailed
3

Hares, Jackrabbits, White-tailed
Hares, Snowshoe
1

1
2

Hawks, Broad-winged
5

Hawks, Cooper`s

Hawks, Ferruginous

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Unintentional

Species

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Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Hawks, Goshawk, Northern
Intentional

1

10

Intentional

35

179

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

2

Intentional

1

19

Intentional
Unintentional

14
1

28

9

Intentional
Unintentional

42
2

973

1,084
2

Intentional

17

45

52

824

Intentional
Unintentional

15
2

5

13
3

24

Intentional

12

40

34

3,138

Hawks, Harrier, Northern (Marsh Hawks)
109

2,945

Hawks, Harrier, Western Marsh
Hawks, Harris
Hawks, Hawaiian (T/E)
Hawks, Red-shouldered
275
2

Hawks, Red-tailed
11,235

Hawks, Rough-legged
Hawks, Sharp-shinned

Hawks, Swainson`s

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Unintentional

Species

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Relocated
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Dispersed

Herons, Great Blue
Intentional
Unintentional

38
6

623
8

12,349

Intentional

15

26

57

Intentional

7

7

1,861

Intentional
Unintentional

8
1

14
1

1,023

Intentional

3

15

13

Intentional

2

1

99

Intentional

1

16

Intentional
Unintentional

5
1

2

975
22

Intentional

5

95

24,480

Intentional

4

12

7,737

2

Herons, Green
Herons, Little Blue
Herons, Night, Black-crowned

Herons, Night, Yellow-crowned
Herons, Tricolored
Hoopoes, Common
Ibises, Glossy

Ibises, White
Ibises, White-faced

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Unintentional

Species

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Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Iguanas, Black Spiny-tailed
Intentional

1

375

Intentional

2

705

Intentional

1

69

Intentional

1

21

Intentional

2

41

Intentional

1

2

Intentional
Unintentional

1
2

Intentional

1

Unintentional

1

Intentional

2

33

Intentional

1

791

Iguanas, Green
2

2

Jackals, Golden
Jaegers, Long-tailed
Jaegers, Parasitic
Jaegers, Pomarine
Jays, Blue
12
18

Jays, Gray
7

Jays, Scrub
27

Jays, Steller`s
Jirds, Libyan

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Juncos, Dark-eyed
Intentional
Unintentional

5
1

6

3
3

624

Intentional

1

46

51

Intentional

33

2,122

19,156

Intentional

9

10

118

Intentional

8

334

Intentional

5

Intentional

1

7

20,293

Intentional

6

73

574

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

63

Intentional

1

49

Junglefowl, Red
Killdeers
Kingbirds, Eastern
Kingbirds, Western
90

2,463

Kingfishers, Belted
255

Kites, Black
Kites, Mississippi
Kites, Swallow-tailed
Kites, White-tailed
Kittiwakes, Black-legged

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Intentional /
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Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Kittiwakes, Red-legged
Intentional

1

2

72,703

Intentional

1

1,430

160

Intentional

1

11

Intentional

1

6

Intentional

25

2,046

Intentional

1

5

Intentional
Unintentional

13
5

338
7

Intentional

1

12

Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

2

Intentional

4

6

Intentional

3

Larks, Crested
Larks, Desert
Larks, Greater Short-toed
Larks, Horned
79,487

Larks, Hume's Short-toed
Lions, Mountain (Cougar)
1
2

Lizards, (Other)
Lizards, Monitor
18

Longspurs, Lapland
1,748

Loons, Common
227

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Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Loons, Pacific
Intentional

1

1

272

Intentional

1

1

24

Intentional
Unintentional

8
1

443
1

733

Intentional

1

1

5

Intentional

1

24,298

212,360

Intentional

1

27,428

167,447

Intentional
Unintentional

33
10

3,043
6

Loons, Red-throated
Magpies, Black-billed
2

Magpies, Yellow-billed
Mannikins, Chestnut
Mannikins, Nutmeg
Marmots/Woodchucks (All)
12
64

19

Marmots/Woodchucks (All) (Burrow/Den)
Intentional

17

1,729

Intentional

1

2

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

6

66

Martens, Pine
Martins, Common House
Martins, Purple
883

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Martins, Purple
Unintentional

1

3

Intentional

22

1,162

13,013

Intentional
Unintentional

8
1

958
1

62,880

Intentional

8

147

Intentional
Unintentional

4
1

928
5

Intentional
Unintentional

8
3

23

1
3

15

Intentional
Unintentional

10
3

123

25
9

1,869

Intentional

2

5

Intentional

4

2,027

2

81

Intentional

1

286

Meadowlarks, Eastern
Meadowlarks, Western

Mice, Deer (All)
18

Mice, House

Minks

Mockingbirds, Northern

Moles (All)
Mongooses, Indian
Monkeys, Patas

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Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Monkeys, Rhesus
Intentional

1

317

Intentional

2

6

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

15

Intentional

1

12

Intentional

1

1

Intentional
Unintentional

30
16

766
108

Intentional

2

10,486

Intentional

10

66

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

10
4

Moorhens, Common
5

Moose
3

336

Murrelets, Marbled
Murres, Common
Muskox
Muskrats
1
47

10

Mynas (All)
133,933

Nighthawks (All)
1

291

Non-Wildlife
2

Nutrias
2,277
12

4

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Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Opossums, Virginia
Intentional
Unintentional

35
21

2,056
88

358
1,899

8

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

17
1

57

Intentional
Unintentional

10
22

131
397

14

Intentional

6

5

8

18

Intentional
Unintentional

5
1

1

1
1

17

Intentional

8

194

73

322

Intentional

20

12

186

36

Intentional

1

23

Intentional

1

Opossums, Virginia (Burrow/Den)
3

Ospreys
7
1

1,540

Otters, River
47

Owls, Barred
Owls, Burrowing

Owls, Common Barn
Owls, Great Horned
Owls, Little
Owls, Northern Hawk
19

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Owls, Short-eared
Intentional

15

25

10

888

Intentional

10

5

11

52

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

8

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

1,503

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

6

Intentional

1

66

Intentional
Unintentional

2
2

19
121

Intentional

11

101

Owls, Snowy
Oystercatchers, American
31

Oystercatchers, Black
Parakeets, Monk
Parakeets, Rose-ringed
15,057

Parrots, Feral Amazon
Partridge, Gray
40

Partridge, See-see
Peccaries, Collared (Javelina)
4
6

62

Pelicans, American White
17,690

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Pelicans, Brown
Intentional
Unintentional

5
1

8
1

3

3,230
4

Intentional

1

2

Intentional

1

268

Intentional

1

18

Intentional

8

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

2
1

Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

2
2

Intentional

2

4

Intentional
Unintentional

50
3

89,042
12

Phalaropes, Red
Phalaropes, Red-necked
Phalaropes, Wilson`s
Pheasants, Ring-necked
448

1,735

Phoebes, Black
143

Phoebes, Eastern

Phoebes, Say`s
1

Pigeons, Band-tailed
Pigeons, Feral (Rock)
218

133,539

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Pigeons, White-crowned
Intentional

1

196

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

Intentional

3

2

1,803

Intentional

11

23

5,665

Intentional

1

3

Intentional

3

63

2,359

Intentional

3

4

228,396

Intentional

1

2

Intentional

1

9

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

49

Pikeminnows, Northern
50,812

Pine Siskin
15

Pipits, American
Plovers, Black-bellied
Plovers, Common Ringed
Plovers, Golden, American
Plovers, Golden, Pacific
Plovers, Greater Sand
Plovers, Kentish
15

Plovers, Lesser Sand
Plovers, Little Ringed
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Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Plovers, Red-wattled
Intentional

1

28

Intentional

8

46

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

11
9

115
97

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

5

12,186

Intentional

4

Intentional

2

Intentional

2

Intentional

1

Plovers, Semipalmated
11,779

Plovers, Wilson`s
1,837

Poorwill, Common
2

Porcupines
66
19

31

Porcupines, Indian Crested
Prairie Dogs, Black-tailed
137

Prairie Dogs, Black-tailed (Burrow/Den)
30,097

Prairie Dogs, Gunnison`s
848

Prairie Dogs, Gunnison`s (Burrow/Den)
9,125

Prairie Dogs, White-tailed
14

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Prairie Dogs, White-tailed (Burrow/Den)
Intentional

1

6,293

Intentional
Unintentional

2
4

3
2

Intentional
Unintentional

6
1

19

Intentional

1

2

Intentional
Unintentional

27
14

4,632
26

Intentional

3

441

Intentional

3

22

Intentional
Unintentional

42
28

11,237
461

Intentional

8

2,322

Pronghorns (Antelope)
1
5

2

Quail (Other)
98
2

Quail, Gambel`s
8

Rabbits, Cottontail
14
130

246

Rabbits, Desert Cottontail
1

Rabbits, Feral
Raccoons
7,750
100

42

Rats, Black (Roof)

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Rats, Brown
Intentional

1

3

Intentional

1

4

Intentional

1

1

Intentional
Unintentional

7
3

59
3

Intentional

1

136

Intentional
Unintentional

19
1

9,121
5

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

Intentional
Unintentional

28
3

Rats, Hutia
Rats, Kangaroo (All)
Rats, Norway
1
1

Rats, Polynesian
Ravens, Common
64,629

Redpolls, Common
471

Redshanks
5

Ringtails
4
1

Robins, American
345

18,805
3

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Robins, Rufous Bush
Intentional

1

15

Intentional

1

60

Intentional

1

5

Intentional

5

41

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

2

Intentional

1

13

Intentional

1

60

Intentional

10

111

6,809

Intentional

7

9

343

Intentional

1

Intentional

5

Rollers, European
Ruffs
Sanderlings
21,201

Sandpipers, Baird`s
Sandpipers, Buff-breasted
Sandpipers, Common
30

Sandpipers, Green
Sandpipers, Least
Sandpipers, Pectoral
Sandpipers, Rock
76

Sandpipers, Semipalmated
2

7,127

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Sandpipers, Solitary
Intentional

3

103

Intentional

1

1

21

Intentional

15

368

3,866

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

5,806
36

Intentional

4

30

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

585

Intentional

1

1,511

Intentional

1

27

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

Sandpipers, Spotted
Sandpipers, Upland
Sandpipers, Western

Sandpipers, White-rumped
Sandpipers, Wood
1

Sea Lions, California
Sea Lions, Steller
Shearwaters (Other)
11

Shearwaters, Wedge-tailed
Sheep, Bighorn
30

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Sheep, Feral, Free-ranging And Exotics
Unintentional

2

1

Intentional

3

38

Intentional

3

23

Intentional

1

11

Intentional

2

3

Intentional

1

240

Intentional

1

10

Intentional

1

10

Intentional

1

1,144

Intentional

2

Unintentional

1

1

Shrews (All)
Shrikes (Other)
28

Shrikes, Bay-backed
Shrikes, Loggerhead
6

97

Shrikes, Long-tailed
Shrikes, Rufous-tailed
Shrikes, Southern Grey
Silverbills, Warbling
6,134

Skimmers, Black
79

Skunks, Gulf Coast Hog-nosed
2

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Skunks, Hog-nosed
Intentional

1

2

Intentional

1

11

Intentional

3

6

Intentional
Unintentional

41
16

6,234
90

Intentional

5

Intentional

2

791

Intentional

1

18,407

Intentional

2

Intentional

2

4

11

Intentional

11

4

15

Intentional

1

Skunks, Hooded
Skunks, Spotted
1

Skunks, Striped
217
10

38

Skunks, Striped (Burrow/Den)
18

Skylarks, Eurasian
25,691

Snakes, Brown Tree
Snakes, Garter (All)
3

Snakes, Gopher
Snakes, Non-Venomous (Other)
Snakes, Rattlesnakes, Black Tailed
3

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Snakes, Rattlesnakes, Mohave
Intentional

1

9

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

4

66
1

Intentional
Unintentional

4
1

7
1

2

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

12

21

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

165
10

Intentional

2

102

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

2

1

Intentional
Unintentional

32
2

8,017
1

Snakes, Rattlesnakes, Western Diamond

Snakes, Venomous (Other)

Snipes, Common
Snipes, Wilson`s
168

Sparrows, Eurasian Tree
1
5

4,900

Sparrows, Field
Sparrows, Golden-crowned
Sparrows, Grasshopper
308

Sparrows, House/English
195
1

137,132

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Sparrows, Java
Intentional

1

7,681

5,362

Intentional

1

5

813

Intentional

1

1

Intentional
Unintentional

6
3

3
3

Intentional

1

Intentional

2

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

12
10

222
3

31
33

Intentional

2

1

7

Intentional
Unintentional

12
4

51
1

17
28

Sparrows, Lincoln`s
Sparrows, Rock
Sparrows, Savannah
36
16

4,377

Sparrows, Song
200

Sparrows, White-crowned
81

4

31

Spoonbills, Roseate
12

Squirrels, Eastern Gray

Squirrels, Flying (All)
Squirrels, Fox
3

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Squirrels, Ground (Other)
Intentional
Unintentional

14
1

Intentional

4

Intentional
Unintentional

3
1

1,836
2

4

1

Squirrels, Ground (Other) (Burrow/Den)
1,026

Squirrels, Ground, California
6,926
4

24
32

Squirrels, Ground, California (Burrow/Den)
Intentional

1

424

Intentional

2

642

Intentional

1

610

Intentional
Unintentional

1
5

Intentional

3

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

2
2

Squirrels, Ground, Richardson`s
10

Squirrels, Ground, Round-tailed
Squirrels, Red
1
7

Squirrels, Rock
203

Squirrels, Rock (Burrow/Den)
150

Squirrels, Western Gray
2

6
3

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Starlings, European
Intentional
Unintentional

46
1

2,058,148

204
4

4,823,393

Intentional

1

17

10

Intentional

4

41

1,068

Intentional

1

29

237

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

445

Intentional

1

60

Intentional

1

213

Intentional

1

20

Intentional

1

37

Intentional

2

5,828

Starlings, Rose-colored
Stilts, Black-necked
Stilts, Black-winged
Stilts, Hawaiian (T/E)
426

Stonechats, Common
Stonechats, Siberian
Storks, Wood (T/E)
Storm-Petrels, Fork-tailed
Surfbirds
Swallows, Bank

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Swallows, Barn
Intentional

32

1,006

1

58,233

Intentional

14

2,378

186,881

Intentional

2

1

44

Intentional
Unintentional

12
1

50
6

Intentional

2

Intentional

12

Intentional

2

Intentional

6

Intentional

2

Intentional

1

18

Intentional
Unintentional

28
2

31,090
15

Swallows, Cliff
Swallows, Northern Rough-winged
Swallows, Tree
15,990
17

Swallows, Violet-green
326

Swans, Mute
2,330

181

Swans, Trumpeter
296

Swans, Tundra
1

1,447

Swifts (All)
9

Swifts, Alpine
Swine, Feral
35
1

256

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Tattlers, Wandering
Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

8
5

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

Intentional

8

6

15,187

Intentional

5

3

21

Intentional

1

Intentional

3

2

836

Intentional

1

5

78

Intentional

4

19,652

Intentional

2

3,417

Intentional

2

Terns, Arctic
1

12

Terns, Black
3

Terns, Caspian
Terns, Common
Terns, Common Fairy
18

Terns, Forster`s
Terns, Gull-billed
Terns, Least
Terns, Royal
Terns, Sandwich
2

2,062

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Thick-knees, Eurasian
Intentional

1

1

Intentional
Unintentional

2
1

2

Intentional

1

135

Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

22
2

Intentional
Unintentional

33
7

338
8

Intentional

1

140

Intentional

4

16,957

Intentional
Unintentional

7
14

32

65
47

Unintentional

3

1

2

Unintentional

1

Thrashers, Brown
3
1

Toads, Marine
Towhees, California
3

Turkeys, Wild
51
2

2,714

Turnstones, Black
Turnstones, Ruddy
Turtles (Other)

Turtles, Common Map
Turtles, Common Musk
4

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Turtles, Common Snapping
Intentional
Unintentional

8
16

2
257

67
493

Intentional
Unintentional

1
6

15

151
9

Intentional
Unintentional

2
8

7
1

43
12

Intentional

6

229

37

Intentional

1

Intentional
Unintentional

18
1

4,860
1

3

41,555

Intentional
Unintentional

40
6

1,632
5

1
13

66,234
50

Intentional

1

110

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

212

Turtles, Painted

Turtles, Red-eared Slider

Voles (All)
Voles (All) (Burrow/Den)
24

Vultures, Black

Vultures, Turkey

Wagtails, Eastern Yellow
163

Wagtails, Western Yellow
Wagtails, White
1,235

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Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Warblers, Blyth's Reed
Intentional

1

9

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

14

Intentional

1

95

Intentional

1

39

Intentional

1

10

Intentional

1

Intentional

1

Intentional

3

1

Intentional
Unintentional

2
2

4
1

Warblers, Clamorous Reed
Warblers, Eastern Olivaceous
Warblers, Green
Warblers, Pine
Warblers, Yellow
Warblers, Yellow-rumped
Waxbills, Common
661

12,352

Waxwings, Bohemian
1,325

Waxwings, Cedar
507

Weasels (Other)
1

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Intentional /
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Species

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# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Weasels, Long-tailed
Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

12

Intentional

1

5

Intentional

1

8

1

Intentional

1

43

30

Intentional

4

29

3,090

Unintentional

1

Intentional

1

4

Intentional

6

6

Intentional
Unintentional

5
2

319
1

46
1

Intentional
Unintentional

1
1

1

2
1

1

Wheatears, Desert
Wheatears, Northern
Wheatears, Variable
Whimbrels
White-eyes, Japanese
48

Whitethroats, Lesser
Willets
1,005

Wolves, Gray/Timber

Wolves, Mexican Gray

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Intentional /
Unintentional

Species

Killed / Removed / Freed/Released/
# States
Relocated
Involved Euthanized Destroyed*

Dispersed

Woodcock, American
Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

6

Intentional

1

2

Intentional

1

41

Intentional

1

3

Intentional

2

7

Intentional

1

1

Intentional

1

10

Intentional

13

36

1,885

Intentional

9

9

1,074

Woodpeckers, Acorn
Woodpeckers, Downy
Woodpeckers, Gila
2

Woodpeckers, Golden-fronted
Woodrats, Bushy-tailed
Woodrats, Eastern
Wrynecks, Eurasian
Yellowlegs, Greater
Yellowlegs, Lesser

Totals, All Species and Fate Types
Total for All Invasive Species

4,378,456

50,022

2,336,840

29,715

17,873,941

1,945

5,885,993

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