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Daniels, T.S. 1954: House Sparrow in Eastern Cape. Ostrich 25: 37
Baker, L. 1949: House Sparrow plucking feathers from pigeon. British Birds 42: 121
Nichols, J.T. 1935: House Sparrow replacement and a severe winter. Bird-Banding Boston 6: 96-98
Hagger, C.H.E. 1961: House Sparrows and other birds drinking nectar from greengage blossoms. British Birds 54: 291
Hobbs, J.N. 1955: House Sparrows breeding away from man. Emu 55: 302
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