The California Thrasher is a large, lanky songbird with a very long tail and long legs. It is found primarily in chaparral habitat in California and Baja California.
The Eurasian Tree Sparrow is a close relative of the House Sparrow. Adults have a chestnut cap and black face with a black spot set in a white cheek and slightly smaller than the House Sparrow.
The American Tree Sparrow, also known as the Winter Sparrow is a small, round-headed bird that often fluffs out their feathers, making their plump bodies look even chubbier. They are similar in appearance to the Chipping Sparrow.
The Cactus Wren is a species of wren that is endemic to the deserts of the southwestern United States and northern and central Mexico. It is the state bird of Arizona and the largest wren in the United States.
The Cedar Waxwing is a medium-sized, sleek bird with a large head, short neck, and short, wide bill. It is easily found in open habitat where there are berries.
The Smith's Longspur is a sparrowlike ground dweller and a brightly patterned songbird that breeds in northern Canada and Alaska, and winters in the southern United States.
The Lapland Longspur, a sparrow-like ground-dwelling songbird is also known as the Lapland Bunting.
The Scaly-breasted Munia or Spotted Munia is a sparrow-sized estrildid finch and a native to tropical Asia.
The Chestnut-collared Longspur is a small ground-feeding bird that primarily eats seeds.
The Brown Jay is a large American jay that is common and vocal.
The Brown Creeper a tiny and lanky woodland songbird that is quite vocal.
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