Sparrows are the most widely distributed bird in the world and found virtually everywhere. They are endemic to most of Europe and much of Asia, but have been spread around the world by human intervention. House sparrows originate in the Middle East and are known for their habit of often nesting on houses and other buildings and even inside large structures like factories and barns. Though house sparrows exhibit a fondness for – or at least a tendency to take advantage of – man made constructions, some aspects of human civilization are in fact detrimental to their health. Research has…
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