...take care of him.I found him when he was maybe a few days of life, lying in the street, and I took him to my home to take care of him. The weather was very very hot, and he was very sick and dehydrated. It was a VERY DIFFICULT job take care of Erik, but very satisfactory and full of love. And now, an year and a half later, Erik is the most beautiful and happy sparrow in cautivity... 'cause he don't want to leave his cage and comfortable home. You can open the door of her cage, but he resists to be free. Now he is a member of our family! I love so much my baby Erik!
CitationMercedes A. González, IBC980720. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/980720.
Mercedes A. González, IBC980720. Photo of House Sparrow Passer domesticus at Villa Ballester, Argentina. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/980720.
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