Adult White-crowned Sparrows are quite distinctive with black crown-stripes and broad white "eyebrows".
In the South-West of the US, immature White-crowned Sparrows (3rd photo) can sometimes easily be confused with Chipping Sparrows.
However, White-crowned Sparrows have a clear orange bill whereas Chipping Sparrows have a darker, more pinkish bill.
Top & Left: Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Reserve, San Antonio, New Mexico, USA, 14 January 2019
Middle: Immatures. City of Rocks State Park, Faywood, New Mexico, USA, 11 January 2019
Right & Last: Mesilla Valley Bosque State Park, Las Cruces, New Mexico, USA, 11 January 2019