The Java Sparrow is a small, plump finch with a very thick pink bill. It is a popular cage bird, and has been introduced into many other countries.
The Grasshopper Sparrow is a small, short-tailed, flat-headed American sparrow found in weedy grasslands. Its name comes from its diet including grasshoppers and its buzzy, insect-like song.
The Fox Sparrow is a large, chunky American sparrow that is highly variable in appearance, depending on its geographical region. This bird has four subspecies.
The Golden-crowned Sparrow is a large, long-tailed American sparrow with small head and a short but stout, seed-eating bill. It is found in the western part of North America.
The Five-striped Sparrow is a medium-sized sparrow found along the eastern Gulf of California region and Pacific region of mainland western Mexico. It is a subtly handsome, gray, black, brown and white sparrow.
The Field Sparrow is a small sparrow that resembles the American Tree Sparrow. It can be either gray or buffy overall, with white eye-ring and pink bill.
The Clay-colored Sparrow is a small sparrow of North America that is a fairly common sight during summer in the northern tier of U.S. states.
The Chipping Sparrow is a small, slender sparrow with short bill and long, narrow tail. It is widespread, fairly tame, and common across most of its North American range.
The Cassin’s Sparrow is a medium-sized sparrow, plain, dull-colored and often elusive birds in their brushy grassland habitat. It ranges from western Nebraska to north-central Mexico.
Brewer's sparrow is a small, slim species of American sparrow in the family Passerellidae.
The Botteri's Sparrow is primarily found in Mexico with a breeding range that extends into the southeastern tip of the U.S. state of Arizona. It has a small non-migratory population in the Rio Grande Valley of southern Texas, which is threatened by habitat loss.
The Black-throated Sparrow is a small American sparrow primarily found in the southwestern United States and Mexico.