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The Jave Sparrow bird is native to Indonesia and was introduced in Hawaii first in 1867 and later reintroduced in the late 1960's. It builds nests in tree cavities and under the eves of buildings. These birds travel in big groups and roost in large dense trees. These small sparrows while abundant in Hawaii are actually becoming endangered in their native range. They are also illegal to keep as pets in some parts of the mainland due to the threat of destroying specific agricultural crops. can be found on Open grassy fields during the day. At night they often form communal roosts with Mynas. This flock is in my yard, they visit me daily.
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