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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House Sparrows down coal mines

01 August 1980
Comments Main paper The House Sparrow Passer domesticus is unique among birds in its close association with man. It is regularly to be found living in large buildings such as railway stations, factories, breweries and stores. There is normally ready access to such buildin...
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