World Sparrow day, know history, significance, and theme of this day

    World Sparrow day

    New Delhi: Today i.e. March 20 is celebrated as World Bird Day all over the world. For information, this day is being celebrated to make people aware of the conservation of sparrow birds in the world. This day was celebrated due to the decreasing number of sparrows and let us tell you that for the first time in the year 2010, Sparrow Day was celebrated. Once upon a time, it used to be seen chirping, and twirling in the courtyard of the house, but now its sound does not reach the ears. In such a situation, the day is celebrated to secure their existence.

    In about 70-the 80s, she used to feed her children by making her children sit in the courtyard and saying that a mongoose bird, a mongoose crow. The child also used to eat after seeing this bird. The child used to sleep listening to the story of the bird with his grandmother, but due to this rising temperature, the existence of the bird has come under threat. The stories of this bird crow will now be seen only in books.

    World Sparrow Day was initiated by the Nature Forever Society of India in collaboration with the Eco-Sys Action Foundation of France. The first World Sparrow Day was celebrated on March 20, 2010, and was aimed at creating awareness about the decline in the sparrow population and the need for their conservation.

    Each year, World Sparrow Day has a specific theme that reflects the current challenges and priorities related to sparrow conservation. The theme for World Sparrow Day 2023 is a continuation of the previous year’s theme. The theme for this year is “I love Sparrows,” which emphasizes the role of individuals and communities in sparrow conservation.

    World Sparrow day

    Sparrows are small, common birds that are found in many parts of the world. They play an important role in the ecosystem by controlling pests and insects and serving as a food source for other animals. However, the global sparrow population has been declining rapidly in recent years due to various factors such as habitat loss, pollution, and the use of pesticides.

    World Bird Day is celebrated on March 20 to create public awareness about birds in view of the conservation of birds. Environmental damage due to increasing urbanization explains the reason for the decrease in the number of birds. In the 70s and 80s due to various problems such as magnetic emission from the housing tower of Bay Koularu, increasing temperature, dry rivers and drains, various mills, and felling of trees along with pesticides in the fields, animals and birds at risk.