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AJAY NEELAPU - farm fields,darmal lake Surayapalem Andhra Pradesh 521225

Once upon on a time there are large no.of SPARROWS in our villege.But due to present day environmental conditions the number is gradually decreasing.Due to this reason we are loosing our culture and our natural resources.So we want to
survive these sparrows by feeding them and we are trying to increase there number.To feeding them we require some facilities and economical support.

VIJAY KUMAR N - rajanukunte, floor mill Rajanukunte Karnataka 560064

House sparrows are first to get associated with human settlements. but now they are disappearing at faster rate and the exact reason is still unknown.

Ponappa - Webster Road, Cox Town, Bangalore 560005 Cox Town Bengaluru Karnataka

Have a picture to upload. They were happy and used to humans of the area. They got their supply of grains [rice] from a rice trader located there. There was foliage there too...

Harini - Veloo Mudaliar street, Kamaraj Road Om Sharavana Bhavan, Sivanchetti Gardens Bengaluru Karnataka 560042

I grew up in my grandparent's house, which is a old house with open space behind the house. It was there that my grandmother used to dry the wet rice spread on a long cloth and throw the kitchen waste in the nearby bin. The sparrows used to feed on them and had built their nests in one of the tiny space b/w the wooden roofs. Every evening, there was a lot of chaos with their chirping and hurrying to nests. They had lot to feed on since the small left overs like few grains of rice, dry chiilies from upma used to be strewn for them in the open place. Now, the house is still there in the same condition(I no longer live there) with my aunt staying there, but I donot see any sparrows nor they build their nests.
I really wish to see them back again!

AHMEDKHAN K JAHAGIRDAR - HUBLI Mahaveer Colony, Kalyan Nagar Hubli Karnataka 580023