Though it may seem insane to American readers, as well as to any other people who view the House Sparrow as an invasive pest, in its home range Passer domesticus is on the wane. In response to the decline last year saw the first ever World Sparrow Day and tomorrow, 20 March, is the second annual World Sparrow Day. Are you going to help “raise public awareness about the decline of the house sparrow and throw light on the problems faced by the species” or are you in the camp that hates the lowly House Sparrow?
If they provide the postage, I’d be glad to catch a few and send them back!
This day should observed more effectively.
Yes, Black-throated Brownwarblers get far too little attention.
More and more awareness, motivational programs should be frequently put up in front, via all available media facilities. All related NGOs should held various camps to promote such noble causes. Not actually atmosphere, but situation like breeding, nesting, habitat, food availability etc. should be developed in all possible areas even in cities and metros. Awareness and knowledge should be made available since schooling days.