Date: 4/9/18 12:03 pm
From: Nicholas Komar <quetzal65...>
Subject: Re: [cobirds] House Sparrows - Boulder & metro area
The answer is that they have dispersed from their winter flocks for breeding. This is an annual phenomenon.

Best,

Nick Komar
Fort Collins CO

> On Apr 9, 2018, at 11:48 AM, 'Hugh Kingery' via Colorado Birds <cobirds...> wrote:
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> Denver Audubon just received a call from a woman in Lafayette with a unique subject: where have the House Sparrows gone?
>
> She says she used to have as many as 80, but now she sees only a pair or two, sproadically. They check out her yard and continue on somewhere else. Have any of you experienced a diminishing numbers of House Sparrows?
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>
> Hugh Kingery
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