Sparrow Facts








  1. They are also known as “Old World Sparrows”.
  2. Generally, sparrows are small, plump, brown, white and grey birds with short tails and stubby, powerful beaks.
  3. The sparrows are indigenous to Europe, Africa, and Asia but found almost world wide.
  4. Sparrows can be beneficial to humans as well, especially by eating insect pests.
  5. House sparrows sleep with the bill tucked underneath their feathers.
  6. Dust or water bathing often occurs in groups.
  7. As an adult, the house sparrow mostly feeds on the seeds of grains and weeds