"Alan Gillanders" <>
Bring Back the Sparrows?
"Dave Torr" <>
Wed, 25 Jun 2008 11:54:45 +1000
They seemed fairly common around Dover in England whilst I was there
recently. But I did not record them in many other places in Southern
England - although it was not primarily a birding trip.
2008/6/25 Alan Gillanders <>:
> I got the impression in Germany that the house sparrow was doing very
> nicely. I had never been there at the end of winter for any length of time
> before but found them to be everywhere I had recorded them before. While I
> keep no abundance records my feeling was that they were as numerous as
> always (over the last 14 years) in most places and more common in one,
> Immenhofen in Bavaria.
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