Friday, November 23, 2012

house sparrow in nepal

The House Sparrow is a commonly found small bird with rounded head, and a pointed peak . It is 14-18 cm long and weighing about 24–39.5 gm. The male and female bird has different colors and found in most of the countries. The male one is comparatively bigger than the female one. It depends on agriculture products for its nutrition. It commonly builds its nest in house, trees, poles etc with straws and left outs of tree branches. They are social birds and can easily adjust with the human civilization and produce shorter chirps to talk where as they hop to move. It is preyed by other animals like cats, crows where as it can live up to 10 years.
Common Name: Bhangera, Vangera, Sparrow
Scientific Name: Passer domesticus
Weight: 24–39.5 gm
Color:Male-gray heads, white cheeks, a black bib & female- plain buffy-brown
Length: 14-18 cm
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