The wild sparrows of Paris are very approachable compared to those in Ipswich, particularly around Notre-Dame cathedral where a large flock enjoys the hospitality of tourists, and the Seine nearby presumably supplies them with insects for their young.

Sparrows feeding
Three sparrows feeding against a Paris backdrop

Notre Dame
Notre-Dame cathedral - the sparrows of congregate
in the box hedges in the forgeround

sharing lunch
Sharing lunch on the Champs Elysees

feeding sparrows
Experienced feeder

Sparrows feeding
Hen and cock sparrow

Sparrows feeding
Twelve sparrows interested in what this individual has to offer

Sparrows feeding
sparrows in the hedges in front of the cathedral

From this report in the Independent it appears that the sparrows do Paris are still up to strength ten years later.