#WorldSparrowDay | Why is World Sparrow day celebrated

#WorldSparrowDay: The sparrow, particularly the common house sparrow, is one of the most common birds on the planet and one of humanity’s oldest companions. It has evolved alongside us over time. Fortunately, they are still plentiful in many parts of the world.
The house sparrow was once the most common bird on the planet, but in recent years, it has been declining across much of its natural range, both in urban and rural areas.
The decline of the house sparrow is an indicator of the ongoing degradation of our environment. It also serves as a warning signal, alerting us to the potential negative effects on our health and well-being.
We need to understand the health risks of increasing microwave pollution, as well as what is decimating the population of the house sparrow, which coexisted with us, so that we can estimate the impact on all forms of life, including ours.
The house sparrow also represents many common bird species and serves as an ambassador for them. As a result, conserving the house sparrow and its habitat will help save much of the common biodiversity that shares the house sparrow’s habitat.
This website will provide an overview of World Sparrow Day events taking place around the world. Individuals and organisations can register with us in order for us to promote their events.
The goal is to inspire others to join in the celebrations and to get as many people as possible involved in the conservation of house sparrows and their habitats around the world.
The purpose of World Sparrow Day is not only to commemorate the event for a single day, but also to use it as a platform to emphasise the importance of sparrow conservation as well as urban biodiversity conservation. We hope that the event will bring together individuals as well as national and international organisations.
It will also aid in drawing the attention of government agencies and the scientific community to the importance of conserving common bird species and urban biodiversity.