The Crane Wildlife Management Area just off of Rt. 151 is notable for its large area of grassland habitat. The open fields include extensive grassy areas with many beautiful flowering plants that attract all kinds of songbirds and sparrows. Among the nesting birds is the Savannah Sparrow. This migratory sparrow usually arrives in April with eggs laid between the middle of May and the end of June. The Savannah Sparrow has dark brown streaked upperparts, a whitish belly, and a distinctive yellow patch between the eye and the bill.