ALWAYS IN SEASON: N.D. has an abundance of nesting sparrow species
Just about any patch of cover will have a sparrow. This includes backyards, ditches, field edges, shelterbelts, pastures, prairie and wetlands — but not deep woods.
Sparrows are classic “edge species,” moving between cover and open areas, and that is what we have provided in our backyards.
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