5 4 3 2 1 ’96 ’98 ’00 ’02 ’04 ’06 ’08 ’10 ’12 ’13 Wildlife killed 1996-2013 in millions Invasive species Native species Property Agriculture Health and safety Natural resources Complaints of damage or threat, 2013 56,784 47,804 35,611 3,875 Invasive species: 2,336,840 Native species: 2,041,615 Native species: 2,041,615 Wildlife killed in 2013 2,058,148 European starlings: feedlot pests, vectors of disease 278,692 others, from more than 80 species 1,102,097 brown- headed cowbirds: feedlot pests, parasites of other birds’ nests 365,128 red- winged blackbirds: pests of sunflower producers 973 red-tailed hawks 345 mountain lions States where the five species pictured below were killed 574,390 others, from more than 600 native species, including: 321 gray wolves 123 northern mockingbirds 12,186 black-tailed prairie dogs Coyotes 75,326Beavers 24,390Canada geese 23,153Cormorants 18,656Common ravens 9,121Vultures 6,498 Herring gulls 5,528White-tailed deer 4,810Cliff swallows 2,378Killdeers 2,122Bobcats 866Great blue herons 631 Black bears 419Barn owls 194Ospreys 57Eastern bluebirds 21Snowy owls 5Flying squirrel 1

SOURCE: USDA, Center for Biodiversity.