What Is The National Bird of Italy?

What Is The National Bird of Italy?

Italian Sparrow Is The National Bird of Italy. Its Scientific name Is Passer italiae. Italian Sparrow is Very common in Italy. It shows common characteristics to common sparrows and Spanish sparrows. Sparrow Birds are found Everywhere from Northern Italy to the

Swiss Alps and Whole Country. Italian Sparrows are social birds, They mostly inhabit near civilizations. The Estimated population of Italian Sparrow Worldwide is more than 10 Million.

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