House Sparrows are social birds and tend to nest in close proximity to each other. Nest boxes with entrance holes of 32mm or 34mm should be placed against or in the eaves of a building. See our House Sparrow Terrace for real communal living.
House Sparrows are true seed eaters so any type of tube feeder will work wonders in your garden, but they will often search for food on the ground. In spring, however, insects are an important addition. They will also enjoy fat-based products with seeds and insects around the garden, plus peanuts from a mesh feeder. Find out more about these birds in our House Sparrow Fact File.
Below and you will find a range of products that are perfectly suited to the House Sparrow. Ranging from food, feeders and habitats, choose your combination and make your garden a home from home for nature.