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World Sparrow Day 2021: ‘Where did that bird extinct, whom we call sparrow’

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Till a few years ago, when the children came home tired after school and reached to play in the courtyard of the house in the evening, the little sparrow from the nature was always ready to bring a smile on the face of the children. This bird sparrow with children used to make childhood beautiful by puffing it in the courtyard. But this guest coming every day has disappeared somewhere.

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Sparrow is rapidly extinct in today’s era. It is because of this concrete jungle that has destroyed the houses of birds. Rapid urbanization and modern development have caused considerable damage to birds. Radiation emanating from mobile towers and rising heat due to global warming have also played an important role in their disappearance.

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Lack of sparrow is also a big reason for the absence of granular water and even if they get water, they cause harm to birds due to being polluted. The Union Ministry of Environment and Forests and the Indian Council of Agricultural Research have also acknowledged that the number of sparrows has declined sharply. There are no natural sources left for the sparrow and they do not get any grain. Due to the expansion of cities and the disappearance of greenery, the sparrow does not even get a place to nest.

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According to a leading daily report, a shelter home has been built for the sparrow in Kanpur. Which is protecting them from predatory birds and providing them food. Due to which the sparrow population has increased from 70,000 to 80,000 in the last 7 years. Plans are being made by the Forest Department to save the sparrow. But with all this, people will also have to think about how to make sparrow nests. If we make proper arrangements of water for drinking birds in our homes during the summer season, then we will be able to contribute to the protection of the sparrow.

(Transcripted by- Priyansi Singh)

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