Sparrows are famous for being difficult to identify in part because many blend in so well with their weedy habitats and in part because of their shy skulking habits. Their small size and cryptic plumage further complicate their identification. They can be abundant fall migrants in Colorado, where many of the North American species can occur.
After the online Colorado Sparrows workshop, practice your skills with a half-day field trip led by Andy Bankert to Rocky Mountain Arsenal NWR.
Cost $50. Limit to 10 people.