Before you vote you may want to read the description of the Field Sparrow as well
as visit the links to the other sites that are listed for more information about
the Field Sparrow.
The bird that I admire the most is a sparrow. In particular the Field Sparrow.
It is a common enough bird, but it never goes without being cared for or fed.
Behind the Field Sparrow (Spizella pusilla) eye ther is a rusty crown and eyeline.
They have a white belly and undertail coverts. the bac is tan with dark streaks. The
wings are brown with wing bars. They have a slim forked tail, and male and female field
sparrows are similar in description. For more description about the Field Sparrow click
In the winter the field sparrow has a change in its appearance.
Some sites where you can gather information about the Field Sparrow are shown below.
Picture of Field Sparrow
Florida's Breeding Bird Atlas
A brief description of the Field Sparrow is as follows: