World Sparrow Day #WordlessWednesday

world sparrow day

We hardly see sparrows any more and that is sad. I’m glad to report that there is a concerted effort to bring them back. Today is World Sparrow Day.

Each of us can do small things to get the sparrows back. My Dad used to feed the birds and we are continuing this tradition. My brother first got Dad this feeder, but for some reason he didn’t set it up. When
set it up and started keeping water bowls with fresh water for them to drink, we were rewarded by this sight.

world sparrow day

Since then I’ve started gifting these feeders to people. I get them from NatureForever.org who are doing a great job of educating people on sparrows and other birds.


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Linking up with Esha and Natasha for #WordlessWednesday

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5 Thoughts

  1. Dear Corinne,

    We are fortunate to have plenty of sparrows in our neighbourhood.

    They even come twittering to my balcony. Though Mynahs and Pigeons are the regulars.

    I love the idea of the feeder, but I have been warned that the Pigeon menace will grow. So not option for it yet.

    This is a thought-provoking post. Thank you for sharing with us on #WW and on World Sparrow Day.

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