Range. - Great Plains, breeding from northern United States to Assiniboia; winters south to Texas and the Gulf States.
A bird of more slender form than the preceding, and with a long, graduated tail, the feathers of which are very narrow and pointed. They nest on the ground in damp meadows, but the eggs are difficult to find because the bird is flushed from the nest with great difficulty. The eggs are white and are freely specked with brown. Size .70 x .52.
Henslow's Sparrow. Leconte's Sparrow.