House sparrow[edit]

(Passer domesticus)


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A male Passer domesticus (House sparrow) in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 2)



A house sparrow - eating a worm in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 1)


My short words

They were looking around on the ground and the vegetable raised bed.

It found a food! They might enjoy the supper.

They are helpful for us. Because they eat insect pests.




Memo

  • House sparrows were introduced 1850s from Europe to Brooklyn, NY, to control insects. [2]
  • House sparrows have a different patterns and colors on their feathers between male and female. The bird on the (Photo 2) is male. The bird on the (Photo 6) is female.
A female house sparrow on the birdbath in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 6)
Child house sparrows in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 7)

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Photo gallery


The front of a house sparrow on the vegetable raised bed in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 3)
A house sparrow on the vegetable raised bed in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 4)
Two house sparrows on the strawberry raised bed in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 5)
A Child house sparrow on the birdbath in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 8)
A Child house sparrow playing on the birdbath in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Photo 9)


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Data
Common name: House sparrow
Scientific name: Passer domesticus
Family name: Passeridae
Date taken: Photo 1: June 02, 2019, 15:13
Photo 2,3,4: June 03, 2019, 20:37
Photo 5: June 03, 2019, 20:46
Photo 6,7: June 14, 2019, 11:42
Photo 8,9: June 14, 2019, 11:37
Place: Photo 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9: (Mamin's rent room's) house owner's garden in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada



References[edit]

  1. Wikipedia.org - House sparrow
  2. The Canadian Encyclopedia - House Sparrow
  3. BirdLife International House Sparrow Passer domesticus