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A male House Sparrow who is a part of the neighbourhood flock. Recognized by its brown body and black patch under the throat. The female is
House Sparrows are common around houses and other structures and will build their nests in chimneys, trees, and rafters. Just about anywhere they can fit. House Sparrows will converge around feeders and live close to the food source.