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Case Studies | Biodiversity and Conservation | India | Volume 12 Issue 2, February 2023
Uncommon Nest Site Selection by House Sparrows (Passer Domesticus)
Akhilesh Kumar  | Sonika Kushwaha  | Aman Singh 
Abstract: Breeding locale plays a major role in the health of individual birds. The quality of the nest site varies in space and time at different scales due to different environmental factors affecting reproductive success (Kumar A., 2019). House Sparrows are a species that are generally regarded as monogamous although extra pair paternity can vary from population to population, (Summers - Smith, 1988). House sparrows are known to nests in all surroundings but often in the close environs of man, choosing, however, varied places for its nest.
Keywords: House sparrows, nest site, breeding behavior, vegetation
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 2, February 2023,
Pages: 157 - 160
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