The House Sparrow is a common bird that lives across North America. Originated from Asia, it has been come a common site in North America. They build nests in building sidings, trees, or inside buildings. They eat seeds and bugs. They do not go south for the winter, but join huge groups and hide in trees or over passes so they can keep their body temperature. House Sparrows come in different styles. The black and brown camouflage is the male while the female is the lighter brown. The males makes the most noise, which keeps predators from eating them.