White-crowned Sparrow — Zonotrichia leucophrys
A clear grayish breast and a puffy crown striped with black and white makes this one of the handsomest sparrows. The bill is pink. The immature bird is browner with head stripes of dark redbrown and light buff. This bird is usually found in brush, edges, tangles, road sides, but can be seen in residential areas. It nests in Canada and winters from Maryland and Ohio south to Florida.