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World Sparrow Day 2018: Why is it Celebrated & Interesting facts about the ‘familiar’ bird

World Sparrow Day 2018: Why is it Celebrated & Interesting facts about the ‘familiar’ bird: Once recognized as the most common bird seems like one of the most popular and cutest bird Sparrow is all set to get the finish or is on the edge of its destruction today. On this World Sparrow Day, hopefully, each citizen of the nation, in fact of the world, the government agencies and scientific communities take cognizance of the declining population of the Sparrow or also known as the house bird will be applying some measures to save this or to protect this!

World Sparrow Day 2018: Why is it Celebrated & Interesting facts about the 'familiar' bird

World Sparrow Day 2018

The World Sparrow Day is rejoiced and celebrated to promote the requirement for conserving the most common bird Sparrow as the urban biodiversity.

In order to protect the house bird sparrow or their house, this will be its habitat in order to protect and save the biodiversity which is now in its sync with the habitat of the house sparrows.

World Sparrow Day 2018: Why is it Celebrated & Interesting facts about the 'familiar' bird

Said to be one of the oldest accompanying people of human beings, this bird is on the edge of its extinction over much of its natural range; both in the urban and rural habitats are somehow invariable degradation of the environment which is enough to give testimony of the same.

We need to know some of the damaging and harmful effects of pollution which is the reason for the slow death of this avian that once co-existed with all human beings.

World Sparrow Day 2018: Why is it Celebrated & Interesting facts about the 'familiar' bird

World Sparrow Day: Interesting Facts

We bring to you some of the lesser-known facts about sparrows:

1). There is various and desolates distinction between male and female sparrows. Female sparrows are having the brown backs with stripes while the male ones are having the reddish backs with black bibs.

2). Sparrows are outgoing creatures or bird species, hence live in colonies, and is regarded as the flocks.

3). They can swim at a fast speed if they recognize there is some danger coming to them.

4). Regarding their nests, sparrows are fairly protective though they aren’t territorial in their nature.

5). Male sparrows build their nests and while this process that they attract their female opposite numbers of the male sparrows.

6). The longevity of each sparrow is around 4-5 years at what time they have their habitation in the wild area.

World Sparrow Day was first observed and celebrated in 2010 when members of the Nature Forever Society begin their communication and emphasized on this to the requirement of saving and protecting the birds’ population, mainly the Sparrow birds with the help of national and international organizations.

The Sparrow birds which actually is actually needed and required in order to protect our environment, natural resources and climate of the world as in this modern, contemporary times Sparrow is on edge to finish which is not the good sign for our environment anyway.

World Sparrow Day 2018: Why is it Celebrated & Interesting facts about the 'familiar' bird

The founder and president of the Bengaluru-based society, Mohammed Dilawar , stated that they have identified places in the various towns and cities which have a significant sparrow population and they will be work in those areas to put up bird feeders and nest boxes which will increase the number of sparrows nonetheless.

So, on this World Sparrow Day, main aim of the society to protect this house bird which is on the edge of finish and we also anyway need to protect and safeguard our house bird sparrow in this hot climate of the globe, unless, upcoming generation will be never known or forget that there was a cute bird sparrow!