- Sparrows, Buntings, Towhees, Longspurs
- Gorrión saltamontes
- Bruant sauterelle
A fairly nondescript, small brown bird, the Grasshopper Sparrow has a short tail and a flat head and is often found hiding in larger patches of grassland, usually with few shrubs or trees, in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains and adjacent portions of southern Canada.
To consume a grasshopper, a Grasshopper Sparrow will first pierce the thorax to cause paralysis and then systematically remove the legs in sequence.