Sparrows are slowly but steadily disappearing from cities, with Bengaluru being no exception. And as these little birds become more and more elusive for humans, TOI captured a few of them in various hues on the occasion of World Sparrow Day. There are some lucky homes that still attract the little birds that were once found commonly in Bengaluru. These bird lovers, who feed sparrows on terrace and balcony of their houses with food and water, are keeping alive the relationship (between human being and nature). World Sparrow Day was first observed in 2010 when members of the Nature Forever Society started communicating the need to save these tiny birds with national and international organisations.
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