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You are right, Ardy.Jacki, it sounds like you make a very good move.I grew up with sparrows on the farm and they make lots of messes on farm equipment, etc.Patti, there are a lot of these birds in our city.Thank you all for your kind comments.
Nice one! Thanks Floyd!
I had never seen a house sparrow until I moved to Cambridge, MA (across the river from Boston). Big city living. The house sparrows were everywhere, dirty grey and begging in the parks with the dirty pigeons. When I moved down here to Cape Cod, there were very few of them, and the few I saw were CLEAN and one of the most dramatically colored of the sparrows. What a difference a lack of soot and automotive emissions makes!
They need food too. Thanks, Floyd for letting them all eat.
Jacki, there are many around here.Not my favorite bird, but they do have a great color pattern.
House Sparrow. Nice capture.