What all we don’t know about Sparrow?


On this international sparrow day i would like to draw your attention towards my words through my today’s blog.

Guys the bird which is closest to my heart is sparrow, from childhood i was in love with this bird. This bird is not just a bird which add her name in th list of birds but i want to tell you that this is one of the most popular bird for india and indian people. Still i do not know that what is the count of this sparrow bird but i think that it is becoming endangered species from last ten years as i belongs to city lucknow and i used to live in remote area but in the early morning i see many birds that includes pigeons, peacock, nightingale but not the sparrows. We should start saving sparrows by doing the follwing action:

  • We should fill the bowl of water and keep under shed outside the door.
  • We should keep the pulses for them as whenever they will fell hungry they will come and eat.
  • We should grow more and more greenery in our house and outside too, as the summers and the lack of water sometimes kills them.
  • We should do research also that which type of pulses they prefer.

For that i want to tell some facts related to sparrow:

  • Sparrow is a very small bird. It can reach to 4 to 8 inches in length and 0.8 to 1.4 ounces in weight.
  • Sparrow has stout body, covered with brown, black and white feathers. Its wings are rounded.
  • Males and females can be distinguished by the feather coloration: males have reddish backs and black bib, while females have brown backs with stripes.
  • Sparrows are very social and they used to live in colonies called flocks.
  • Sparrows usually fly at the speed of 24 miles per hour. When needed (in the case of danger), they can accelerate to the speed of 31 miles per hour.

As sparrows are less but people are more we can save them we can give them a new life, if we will become the eaters, then where these sparrows will go. Being human is a survivor.


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