9/24-25/16, 8:00 PM-6:30 AM -- Yard, Westport CT While looking through the results of last night's extremely productive recording, I stumbled upon a very interesting savannah sparrow call which is superficially similar to an Ipswich call, mainly because it is highly modulated. As Ipswich savannah sparrows are very rare in Connecticut, I was wondering if anyone could confirm or refute this tentative ID. Attached is a screenshot of the spectrogram, and (a very brief) clip of the call.
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