Our own house-sparrow equally well adapts himself to circumstances.
The house-sparrow, like the house-crow, is a bird of the plains rather than of the hills.
Innumerable instances in all Orders could be given; it will suffice to call to mind the common pheasant, duck, and house-sparrow.
The remainder of the plumage is very like that of the house-sparrow.
It is not at all the same kind of bird as the house-sparrow, for it is one of the warblers.
The house-sparrow and the bullfinch are the chief, but not the only, enemies.
T' last bird to wakken up an' t' first bird to gan to bed is t' house-sparrow.
Compare the size and form of the song-sparrow with that of the house-sparrow (English).