The house sparrow is closely linked to man, installing their nests on roofs, holes in walls of houses, churches, yards, bridges, warehouses ... Rarely breeds in trees or shrubs. The nest is very crude, made of grass, feathers and leaves, among which we can also find papers and plastics.
This image was taken in the Parque Nacional El Ávila (Waraira Repano)
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