- Sparrows, Buntings, Towhees, Longspurs
- Gorrión llanero
- Bruant des champs
The Field Sparrow is a small brown songbird with a light rusty cap and a bright pink bill found in abandoned fields with scattered shrubs and trees in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains and Canada. One of Audubon's Common Birds in Decline, the Field Sparrow has seen its numbers drop 62 percent since 1967.
An adult Field Sparrow with fledged young will respond to an approaching human by faking a wing injury in order to divert attention away from its chicks.