Growing A Sparrow

Occasionally, I blog about growing specific plants.
This time around it is about growing a sparrow.

We have asked this little sparrow for its name and it has replied.


  1. Awww....it's so adorable!

  2. From The Garden Spot, I am still learning how to post comments and to respond to those who have visited my Garden Spot. I am so glad to have found your blog and hope to see you again back in Colorado. I love the tropical plants, especially your water plants. Here in Colorado where the climate varies so much, we can only pamper those beautiful exotics inside. I will return frequently when the cold winds swirl the snow and I need a virtual vacation to Onenezz. ann

  3. He/she?Grow very quickly. More longer feathers now.

  4. Hi,
    My dog has brought an abandoned sparrow and we are feeding it; the bird hasn't opened its eyes yet. We don't know anything about sparrows, i.e. what they feed, how long would it take for them to fly free, etc. Can you help me with some information?

    1. We are feeding tiny amounts of banana for the time being. Is it safe? What else can we feed the bird with?
    2. When should we start giving it some grains?
    3. Can the bird learn to fly on its own?
    4. How long would it take for the bird to become an adult and find its own way?
    5. I read in wikipedia that sparrows can pass on lots of diseases for himans and pet animals like dogs. My parents are in their 50's and we have a dog. Is it harmful for their health to adopt the bird?

    BTW, nice photographs...

    Nivedan Mangalesh P.



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