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Befriending a Grocery Store's Resident Sparrow
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Befriending a Grocery Store's Resident Sparrow

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Befriending a Grocery Store's Resident Sparrow

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Paul, the store sparrow.

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We've all been in stores and seen birds fluttering around and wondered, how did they get in there? Do they live there 24-7? Commentator Julie Zickefoose remembers a sparrow she met in her local grocery store that became quite popular with the employees there.

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