When we went looking for the lark bunting the other day we saw a number of savannah sparrows in a large, open grass land area.
Fun how much it looked like a savannah.
Actually these birds are not named for the savannah like areas the live in but for a specimen collected in Savannah, Georgia.
The oldest known wild Savannah Sparrow was at least 6 years, 10 months old.
source - Cornell Lab or Ornithology.