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    Establishing a colony of Tree Sparrows!

    Hi Dick, Ah, that's great. Horse paddocks seem to be attractive to birds for more than one reason ... which I realized when I once saw a pair of Whinchats perching on the fence posts and hunting the insects that had been attracted by the horse droppings. Unfortunately, I never saw that pair...
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    Establishing a colony of Tree Sparrows!

    Hi Dick, Wonderful! From what I've read about sparrows here in Germany, they seem to need a bit of sandy ground for sand bathing. I had a couple of Tree Sparrows breeding in my backyard for two years ... I figure they were attracted by the sandbox in the playground. Regards, Henning
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