Vesper Sparrow Photo Gallery
What does the Vesper Sparrow look like?
Vesper Sparrows are large songbirds that are a heavily streaked brownish gray. They have white eye rings and outer tail feathers and conical bills.
Vesper Sparrow Habitat
Vesper Sparrow Facts
Vesper Sparrows are large songbirds that sing their prayers during the twilight hours. (They sing in the mornings too.) Their song has a few long sharp clear chirps followed by musical trills. They are often spotted along trails running through meadows and grasslands. Their populations are declining in the eastern U.S. due to loss of habitat.