Among the sparrows still being seen in the shrubby fields at Crane Wildlife Management Area on Rt. 151 is the Field Sparrow. They are common breeding birds on the Cape. By November, they move out of the area to wintering grounds in the south. This sparrow tends to stay near the ground in fields and open woodlands. The Field Sparrow has a rusty back with dark streaking, tan underparts, a distinctive small pink bill, pink legs, and a long tail.