Yes they can
They can dive, but not fly on their backs.
Most birds fly because that is the way that they have to survive. Just as fish have to swim.
Birds such as sparrows use their wings to push against the air, which enables them to fly.
First of all, penguins are not able to fly. Sparrows can fly the longest in that group.
The collective term for a group of sparrows is a host of sparrows, a quarrel of sparrows, or a flock of sparrows.
Baby sparrows stay in the nest for approximately one month or 30 days. They usually will leave their nest and fly once their eyes have completely opened and developed.
How long it takes a bird to fly depends on the breed of bird and the speed in which they can fly. Waterfowls and shorebirds can fly at about 80 miles per hour. House sparrows fly between 15 to 18 miles per hours.
The collective nouns for sparrows are:a host of sparrowsa meinie of sparrowsa quarrel of sparrowsa tribe of sparrowsa ubiquity of sparrows
humans can not fly in the sky like a butterfly but birds,crows,sparrows,robins,bluejays and more we have no wings but we can still glide with a glider.
Sparrows do not hibernate.
There are no varieties of sparrows. There are 245 species of sparrows and finches worldwide.
No, sparrows do not eat mice. Sparrows mostly eat seeds and grains.
The Sparrows was created in 1965.
The Sparrows ended in 1967.
A group of sparrows is most commonly called a "host" of sparrows.They can also be called a "knot" of sparrows. Sometimes they are referred to as a "Quarrel" of sparrows as well.
Yes, sparrows do kill other sparrows during their constant fights.
usually in 4 to 6 weeks, they can teach themselves. make sure they have feathers for test flight. :)
Sparrows are brownish or greyish birds.
Yes , Sparrows are regarded as songbirds .
There are 9896945389 SPARROWS IN THIS WORLD.
A host of sparrows (:
Sparrows feed their babies insects.
no, sparrows don't eat ladybirds