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Sparrows are a form taxon composed of unrelated but similar-looking songbirds. They eat mostly small seed, usually live on the ground but also like to perch in shrubs, and usually have rather dull plumage colors.

"Sparrows" as used by scientists refers to the family Passeridae, the Old World sparrows. See also Category:Passeridae.

For similar form taxa, see Category:Buntings (bird), Category:Finches, Category:Grosbeaks, Category:Seedeaters and Category:Tanagers.


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