Therefore, in Jaipur, a small group of conservationists is busy trying to make people realize the need for introducing minor changes around their homes so the environment becomes friendly to these little birds.
This has been reported in timesofindia.indiatimes.com dated 26 February 2016.
Sparrows are not birds that nest in trees but they need to be close to humans, and have evolved together with humans. Unfortunately, modern day families are small as are their living spaces - hence, they cannot allow the birds in because of the litters that they generate.
Therefore, it is necessary to work out a sort of comprise so that man and birds can coexist.
Image courtesy wikimediacommons.org
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