Passer domesticus (bird)

Mass: 4.9 g

Diet: granivore based on Jaksic and Lazo 1999, Allen and O'Connor 2000, Allen and O'Connor 2000, Joshi et al. 2012, Vignoli et al. 2013, Sharma and Kichloo 2015, Yashmita-Ulman et al. 2016, and Debus et al. 2017; omnivore based on Manhães and Loures-Ribeiro 2005, Ramírez-Albores and Navarro-Sigüenza 2011, Rathod et al. 2015, and Mukhopadhyay and Mazumdar 2017

Abundance: 0.05 to 26.06% (median 2.13%)

Latitudinal range: -26.2° to 55.2°

Habitats: Mediterranean woodland (5), desert/xeric shrubland (4), temperate broadleaf/mixed forest (9), temperate savanna (1), temperate wetland (1), tropical/subtropical savanna (3), tropical/subtropical wetland (1)

Found in 24 samples

Chile: Canchones, Pica

Egypt: Burullus Ringing Station (Autumn 2005)

France: Camargue National Park, Piémanson Beach

Italy: Parco Regionale Gallipoli Cognato Piccole Dolomiti Lucane

Jordan: Azraq Wetland Reserve

Mexico: La Paz

Portugal: Mata Nacional do Choupal

Romania: Grindul Lupilor

Russia: Biological Station Rybachy

South Africa: Tonqani

Syria: Yahmool Agricultural Research Station

Turkey: Dicle Ringing Station (spring 2004)

United Kingdom: Wanstead, Portland Bird Observatory

United States: Baldwin County, Hanson, Wateree, Hiram, Camarillo, Laudholm Farm

Zambia: Balmoral, Kabwe

Size measurements:
28 mmN = 1
24.3 mmN = 1

See also Passer, Passer diffusus, Passer eminibey, Passer flaveolus, Passer griseus, Passer hispaniolensis, Passer italiae, Passer melanurus, Passer moabiticus, Passer montanus, Passer rufocinctus, Passer rutilans, Passer swainsonii