House Sparrow House



House sizeInterior floor 5" x 5"
Entrance hole size 2"
Recommended height above ground between 8 and 12 ft
Made from cedar
About the birds:
LocatedResident from northern British Columbia to Labrador, and across Canada and the United States southward into Mexico and Central America. Native to Eurasia. Introduced into Hawaii, South America, southern Africa, Australia, and New Zealand
HabitatHeavily associated with man, found in city to remote rural farms
DescriptionBrown back with black steaking
Chest unstreaked
Wingbars
Thick bill
FoodSeeds, especially waste grain and livestock feed, also weed seeds and insects
SizeLength: 6 in (14-16 cm)
Wingspan: 7-10 in (19-25 cm)
Weight: 1 to 1 1/8 ounces (26-32 grams)
NotesThe House Sparrow was introduced into North America from Europe in the 1850s. It has spread across the continent, and usually stays near people and their buildings. It is quite aggressive, and will take over the nesting sites of other birds, often forcibly evicting the previous occupants.
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Dimensions:
Length:6  in(15.2 cm)
Width:6  in(15.2 cm)
Height:10  in(25.4 cm)

 

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