The Grasshopper Sparrow is frequently seen atop an elevated perch in grassland settings. They are know to be very secretive, and has a buzzy, insect sounding song. Unlike other sparrows, the grasshopper sparrow has a plain buff colored breast, sides, and flanks. It has a large head, a dark crown with a pale central stripe, and mottled brown upperparts. This grasshopper sparrow was recently seen at Crane WMA off of Rt. 151.