Tree Sparrow ( Passer montanus )
Tree Sparrow - Tree Sparrow information - Tree Sparrow facts
The tree sparrow can be found almost all over Europe except for central parts of Ireland, northern Scotland, western England and northern parts of Scandinavia. Then it can be also seen in Asia. It has been introduced to Australia and to the United States. It inhabits almost all places including rural areas, towns and cities.
It is 14 cm in size, which is 5.5 inches. Sexes are alike. The top of the head is reddish-brown and there is a black bib beneath the bill. Cheeks are white and the chest is grey, the wings are black and brown with a white wing bar. The tree sparrow looks similar to the House sparrow, that is larger.
Their diet consists of seeds, vegetables, small invertebrates and insects. The hen has from four to six eggs.