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Type: Eurasian Tree Sparrow
The Eurasian Tree Sparrow, Passer montanus, has a reddish brown coloring with a white collar and black markings on their cheeks. These small sparrows grow up to about 5 or 6 inches long with an 8 inch wingspan. They feed on grains, seeds, some insects, and even fruits. Their eggs, usually numbering around 4 to 6 in one nest, are smaller than quarters, and some are about the size of a penny. Their eggs, after being laid, will hatch within 10-12 days, and the chicks are cared for by both of their parents. The Eurasian Tree Sparrow is a breed of Sparrow that was brought to the Americas, mainly St. Louis, Missouri, by the Europeans in 1870. They were originally from Germany, and their range extends throughout Europe and parts of Asia, hence their name. These small birds aren't very aggressive, and can usually be found on farms by eager bird watchers.