The white-throated sparrow is a medium sized sparrow with striped brown upper parts. The head has a black and white striped crown, with yellow spots between the bill and the eyes. The throat is white and the underside is gray. Both the tail and the legs are long. Summary. Palila: This large finch-billed honeycreeper is endemic to Hawaii. It has a yellow head with black lores separated from a gray back by a distinct line. It has a yellow breast, white belly, gray back, olive-green wings and tail and black legs and feet. The females are more subdued in color. Feeds primarily on seeds.
Golden-crowned Sparrow: Large sparrow, brown-streaked upperparts and plain gray breast. Yellow crown is bordered by a wide black cap; cheek and collar are black. Bill is gray. Wings are brown with two white bars. Short flights, alternates rapid wing beats with brief periods of wings pulled to sides. Plumage / Description: Male breeding plumage is a brilliant lemon-yellow on throat, breast, belly and back with a black crown and black wings. American Kestrel Plumage / Description: Male plumage is a combination of several beautiful colors and distinctive markings.
SAVANNAH SPARROW 4 1/" ( cm). Pale and streaked, yellowish eyebrow and pinkish legs. Tail notched; other grassland sparrows have shorter, more pointed tails. SONG SPARROW 5 .