Within 50 years, the house sparrow population spread throughout all of America.
House sparrows can nest in any habitat except for dense forests, alpine, and desert environments.
These birds will breed in any month of the year but are most commonly breeding from March to August.
House sparrows are able to spread diseases through their droppings, nesting materials, and ectoparasites.
House Sparrows monitor the level of birds within their flock and are able to rebuild to the population.
House sparrows primarily eat grains and smaller foods, which also includes causing damage to crops.
I am only a sparrow amongst a great flock of sparrows.
In this world of ours, the sparrow must live like a hawk if he is to fly at all.
One cannot bring up boys to be eagles and then expect them to be sparrows.