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Sarah Winnicki Mar 20
Happy from some of my favorite prairie sparrows: Grasshopper Sparrows, Henslow's Sparrows, Field Sparrows, and Lark Sparrows! To many folks may seem boring and brown, but each of these are delightful and full of personality!
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Kulwant Singh Mar 20
on the occasion of A must watch video message conveyed to humanity by On Before saying Must watch real story of
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Audubon Society Mar 20
A recent study indicates that the Swamp Sparrow's tune has been passed down through many generations, suggesting a kind of bird "culture" that is unique to this species.
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Dylan Smith Mar 20
Apparently it's . (why didn't anyone tell me?) My first, second, sixth, and current jobs involved working with Grasshopper Sparrows at . These little birds made me a professional scientist, and they're still one of my favorite species!
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The Wetlands Initiative Mar 20
It's ! Enjoy this Grasshopper Sparrow song from last summer to tide you over until June.
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American Bird Conservancy Mar 20
Did you know that today is ? Let's hear it for the Song Sparrow -- and for all of the LBJs! There's more to learn about this familiar here:
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CA Amit Arora Mar 24
Pakshiraaj 😊 What a delight to see a sparrow in a classroom after ages!! Just merely observing nature will answer all questions humanity has!
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claire sutherland Mar 20
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L'a🔥ffaire Mar 20
8 years ago, I realized, it's been a long time I had heard sparrows chirping. Started researching on them. Built dozens of nests for them. Feeding them since then. Was it a God's thank you note that today a sparrow visited our apartment.
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NHM Oology Mar 20
One of our recent acquisitions was a large historical data-rich series of 144 sets of House Sparrow eggs from Nottinghamshire. This clearly shows the variation in their eggs and it can now be used to research sparrows in the midlands in mid 1900s
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Elly Knight Mar 20
Happy ! Sparrows hold a special place in my heart. Like , their beauty lies in a myriad of shades of brown. And I studied the northern sagebrush sparrow community for my MSc! My all time fave is the oddball Lark Sparrow, and here's a thread why 1/
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Puja Mar 20
Hundred of birds die every summer due to heat stroke and lack of food. urges people to the keep water and food for them on to the roof tops and under trees.
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Outer Hebrides Birds Mar 20
Today is . Considered by many to be dull and dreary but an ongoing study based in South Uist has shown these birds are far from it travelling throughout the islands. If visiting, all sightings welcome
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Naveenism Mar 20
There is a need of balanced flora-fauna structure to sustain the ecosystem. Let's take pledge to conserve habitat of the beautiful bird, Sparrows, the best companion of mankind from the beginning, which are almost invisible these days!
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Harry Mar 20
Earn blessings of God’s creatures by feeding them & quenching their thirst by keeping food 🥘 Nd water 💦 for birds 🦅🐦 on rooftops, As volunteers of do this welfare act regularly✌️
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WillsWildlife Mar 20
A couple of sparrows for and for These are photos Will took a while ago but they make me smile every time I look at them hope they make you smile too😊
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Tara Imlay Mar 20
Since it's , I thought I'd share this photo of my favourite sparrow - the Ipswich Sparrow (taken on ). Photo credit: Syd Bliss
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Tabeenah Anjum Mar 20
"Spring in the walls Sparrow's lunch fresh grains" Spotted a House sparrow, hopping over earthen utensils, inside the kitchen of a rural hut in .
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Dr. Katie LaBarbera Mar 20
The TL seems to be fighting over whether it's or and, as someone who did her PhD on a sparrow (juncos 4eva) and now has a frog postdoc, all I can say is clearly this is MY day 😂
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Manuarora Mar 20
Millions of Dera followers have pledged to keep feed and water for birds and also feed the hungry animals. Due to their efforts, many lives of birds and animals have been saved.
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