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House Sparrow

(Passer domesticus)

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Identification:

Male is a small brown bird with gray on top of head, whitish side of head, black throat / chest, black streaks on back, gray belly; female is duller brown above, grayish below, with light brown or buffy eyestripe; 14 cm (5.5 in). (Gorrión Común).

Habitat:

Found around most villages, towns, and cities.

Found in the following Parks:

Found around human settlements

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House Sparrow (Passer domesticus), Costa Rica