I have bird feeders and a bird table, set close to a hedge. The tree spadgers jostle for a prime spot with the house spuggies, waiting for the feeders to be filled with seed and the bird bath to be topped up with water.
If you're still wondering spuggy and spadger are alternative names for our sparrows. The house sparrow frequents our gutters and roof tiles, with nests of grass, leaves and feathers tucked under the eaves. Its smaller cousin, the tree sparrow, searches for holes in trees, with alternative accommodation of a nest box eagerly used.