The House Sparrow, also called English Sparrow, is a native of Eurasia and northern Africa, and was originally introduced in Brooklyn, NY in 1851. It is not a sparrow, but a weaver finch. The House Sparrow is now common in cities, suburbs, and farms and are especially abundant in areas where grains are available or where people feed birds

The House Sparrow, also called English Sparrow, is a native of Eurasia and…

House Sparrow

Male House Sparrow-- left inner arm, brown ink outline only, holding maybe lavender

House sparrow, Zonotrichia Leucophrys, North and South America, lives in forests and suburban environments, they are 14 centimeters long and the males have black bibs.

Male House sparrow, Zonotrichia Leucophrys, North and South America, lives in forests and suburban environments, they are 14 centimeters long and the males have black bibs.

House Sparrow (by Michel Gauvin).

House Sparrow - Moineau domestique by Michel Gauvin - Color Note: Gray, Brown, White

Male house sparrow...lots of these come to feed.

HOUSE SPARROW, also known as the English sparrow. Males are reddish brown with a black bib, a small area under the beak. Females are brown with a darker brown eye stripe leading back from the eyes.

post by Big Bird  Tree Sparrow

Common Sparrow Lovely little birds that I see less and less of these days.

House sparrow - adult male

House sparrows are noisy and gregarious, often going around together in small flocks. Find out more abut house sparrows

Tree Sparrow Juvenile - Something Bright from the Summer by Ashley Cohen Photography, via Flickr

Tree Sparrow Juvenile - Something Bright from the Summer by Ashley Cohen Photography

female house sparrow

On this page are the photographs that I have managed to take of the birds found on my patch, not all of the 141 species recorded have been .

Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) - more white on their faces and a slightly lighter beak than their house sparrow friends.  This sparrow breeds over most of temperate Eurasia and Southeast Asia.

Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus) - more white on their faces and a slightly lighter beak than their house sparrow friends. This sparrow breeds over most of temperate Eurasia and Southeast Asia.

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