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Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 142656 ) : Photograph of the House Sparrow playing hide and seek in the bush. Arbours to be more precise. The Sparrow: The House Sparrow (Passer domesticus) is a species of small passerine very common in most French regions and across the globe. Despite some discomfort with the human bird is very familiar (commensialiste) it is 'with' the sharing of food, pick the crumbs from the table but also delicious and devastating cereal ... Sometimes it is really driven by farmers (depredation of grain crops among others); driven by carpenters, masons also to nest in the walls going up to destroy the walls, to nest in the eave, also ... His strength: the multitude, group, band 'vandal' ... Therefore harmful but tolerated nonetheless. Sparrow is sexually monogamous for life, but sometimes copulate with others. The female lays 3 to 6 eggs. Marc Boucher said Meilhan.