01 April 2000
Comments Notes On several dates between 7th May and 1st June 1995, in my garden in Wilmslow, Cheshire, I observed interesting behaviour by House Sparrows Passer domesticus.Typically, a sparrow would follow about 5 cm behind a group of Common Starlings Sturnus vulgari...
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01 September 1953
Comments Letters SIRS,--In the Vosges mountains in France during the first World War earthenware pots especially designed for sparrows to nest in were to be seen on the walls of a great many farms and I have no doubt the practice still persists. These served a double purp...
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