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Sparrows are small birds commonly seen in both urban and suburban areas. Native to Europe, they were introduced to the United States in 1851 and have since flourished. In addition to damaging property, these nuisance pests can also transmit several diseases and parasites harmful to humans.
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Sparrows typically range between four and seven inches long, depending on the species. A bit larger than females, males are brown in color with white cheeks and a distinctive black bib under their beaks. Females are predominately gray or light brown, though both sexes have white undersides.
Feeding primarily on grains, seeds, and other plant matter, sparrows also eat various insects and earthworms. House sparrows are notorious for picking insects off car windshields and collecting food crumbs from picnic spots and parking lots.
Unlike some other songbirds, sparrows tend to inhabit areas altered by humans. The pests are commonly found around farms, cities, and residential areas. Sparrows are typically absent from wooded regions, plains, and deserts.