Nonnatives - Greater Necklaced Laughing-thrush

Greater Necklaced Laughing-thrush - Garrulax pectoralis

 

Florida's Nonnative Wildlife. Species detail.

First year: 1960

Extirpated year: 1960's

Established status: Species were formerly present in Florida, but are no longer present.

Estimated Florida range: 1 county  Not reported breeding

Statewide trend: No current population

Threats to natives: Unknown

Species Account: Native to the Himalayas.

Habitats: Central or core urban area.

County First Year Extirpated Year Breeding status Notes
Dade 1960 1960's Not reported breeding Escaped from the "Rare Bird Farm" (Stevenson and Anderson 1994).

References

Robertson, W. B., and G. E. Woolfenden. 1992. Florida bird species: an annotated list. Florida Ornithological Society, Gainesville, Florida, USA.

Stevenson, H. M., and B. H. Anderson. 1994. The birdlife of Florida. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.

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