Grasshopper Sparrows are found wintering in Mexico as well as in much of the Southern US; including Florida. Their name reflects not only the similarity of this sparrow's song to the grasshopper but also their affinity for making the very same insect an integral part of their diet.
Another bird of the grasslands, a considerably larger icterid, is the Eastern Meadowlark. Seen here off Immokalee Rd, Collier Co. FL. When first described, it was erroneously confused with its ecological twin and look-a-like the African Yellow-throated Longclaw -- a completely unrelated species from the Old World.
Finally, some random herons.
To offer equal taxonomic opportunity to all Classes (not just Aves) but also Insecta -- here is a Queen butterfly seen at Harns: