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Natureforever Apr 15
Lets be kind to birds, wildlife and nature Share and like if you care. To Adopt Feeders and Nestbox visit or What'sApp 9890087988 Nature Forever Amazon Store Link -
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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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Lee Barber Mar 20
Happy !!! Tree Sparrows are fantastic little birds and such an important bird to our countryside. More bird ringing, food provision and research is needed to help them.
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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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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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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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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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vijay bhatia Mar 20
wow good work by Dera Sacha Sauda Sirsa
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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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Isha Foundation Mar 22
Sparrows Abound: was a couple of days back, but it's never too late to show off that the sparrows that are said to be going extinct, are not just alive but thriving at the
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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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Chicago Ornithological Society Mar 20
We're going to wrap up by sharing this great graphic produced by . It only shows facial markings, but in many ways, it emphasizes our big take away from today. Look closely. These little (mostly) brown birds reveal stunning/underrated diversity and beauty.
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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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BTO Mar 20
House Sparrows can be found almost anywhere in the UK, but just like the closely-related Tree Sparrows, they've seen a drastic decline over the last 25 years. Learn more about our House Sparrow work at
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Mamta Mar 20
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The Dawoodi Bohras Mar 20
Sparrow is the most well known bird in our cities. Yet it is increasingly under threat from human activities. On , teamed up with environmentalist to create awareness and inspire action to ensure its survival.
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ER.Sapna Asija Insan Mar 20
Birds are beautiful & important part of ecosystem But shrinking water bodies & excessive heat in summers kill hundreds of them To help these birds @derasavhasauda followers ensure to keep feed and water for them.
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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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Amar-Singh HSS Mar 21
For A proud Eurasian Tree Sparrow (Passer montanus malacensis) with a feather as nesting material in Looking like a musketeer.
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