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House Sparrow

House Sparrow ##STADE## - plumages 26
The House Sparrow has lived all over the world for a very long time. Scientists think that this species has existed since prehistoric times. Found all over the world, house sparrows are the most widely distributed wild bird in the world.

Sparrows likes living in man-made areas, like farms or cities. In fact, the sparrow hates living in completely natural areas such as prairies or forests.

These little birds are never far from humans, found in untidy nests in holes or crevices, sometimes even ousting other birds from their nests. House sparrows are very sociable and breed very quickly.

These chirpy birds feed mostly on seeds and insects, but will eat just about anything! Unfortunately, due to their living environments being so close to humans, and a recent rise in pesticide use, house sparrows are being unintentionally poisoned. As a result, their population is decreasing.



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House Sparrow ##STADE## - plumages 26

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