What colors are sparrows?


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Sparrows are brownish or greyish birds.


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The collective nouns for sparrows are:a host of sparrowsa meinie of sparrowsa quarrel of sparrowsa tribe of sparrowsa ubiquity of sparrows

The collective term for a group of sparrows is a host of sparrows, a quarrel of sparrows, or a flock of sparrows.

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.

Sparrows do not hibernate.

when sparrows are together they sing

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 past simple of - The sparrows were chirping - is:The sparrows chirped

There are 9896945389 SPARROWS IN THIS WORLD.

Yes , Sparrows are regarded as songbirds .

A group of sparrows is called a host

Sparrows are wild birds. They do not need control.

Sparrows feed their babies insects.

no, sparrows don't eat ladybirds

Wild sparrows live in holes in the ground.

Sparrows. It's a Host of Sparrows

The duration of The Dreams of Sparrows is 1.23 hours.

There are many different kinds of sparrows, with the two main groupings being the Old World sparrows and New World sparrows. Clutches tend to have 3 to 6 eggs.

The song sparrows 'real' scientific name is the Melospiza melodia.Song sparrows are medium sized American sparrows and they live across most of canada and the U.S.

Sparrows lay their eggs in summer and spring, but if food and weather is good they can lay all year round. Sparrows lay in warm weather, but if there is no food the sparrows are unlikely to lay.

Sparrows are seed eaters, but will consume berries and some insects.

sparrows eat insects, grain, and seed.

The plural possessive form of sparrows is sparrows'

in japan sparrows are a sign of trust and loyalty

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