Many native sparrows live all across Ina Maka. A walk in the woods, prairies, or next to a body of water may find you in the presence of a Sparrow. Sparrows are known for being a small seed eating bird with a short, thick, conical beak. Sparrows can take some time to get to know and identify. They are typically the size of most songbirds and can camouflage well with their brown, gray, tan and black feathering. Sparrows are social birds that often are seen in mixed flocks. They can be spotted low in the brush and are ground feeders, the scratching of their feet through leaf litters is recorded across many Sparrow species. Juncos and Towhees are members of the Sparrow family. Explore other sparrow relatives below.