In this quick tutorial you’ll learn how to draw a House Sparrow in just a few quick steps, but first…
Interesting Facts about the HOUSE SPARROW
The House Sparrow is a member of the bird family and the scientific term for them is Passer domesticus. This species is native to Europe and Asia, are found worldwide in more places than any other bird, and focus on nesting near human habitations. They have a grey body with brown on the back, white stripes, and black on the beak and eyes.
Did you know?
- The animal was first documented in 1758.
- They can reach up to almost 3/4 of a foot in length.
- The bird weighs up to over 1 ounce.
- They fly at up to over 28 miles per hour.
- This species can flap its wings up to 15 times per second.
- They make nests up to 1 foot in diameter.
- This animal lays up to 10 eggs at a time.
- They can get pregnant up to 7 times in a year.
They eat mainly seeds, grain, and weeds, but also insects and human food. Their predators are mostly cats, owls, and hawks. Sometimes this animal will lay eggs in the nest of other birds, so that the other species can spend time raising the Sparrow to instead. There is not many of these creatures, but they are the least concern for a possibility of extinction.