Flipping through Pieplow it looks to me that Nelson's Sparrow might be a
match (relatively monotone, several overtones, with 2nd partial the
loudest). What seems wrong though is that your recoded call lasts 0.28
seconds, which seems long (too long?) for many sparrows.

Wim van Dam
Solvang, CA

On Tue, Feb 13, 2018 at 8:28 AM, Hal Mitchell <halmitch...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello NFCers,
> I recorded the attached flight call on April 27, 2017 in north
> Mississippi.  It seems long and relatively high and may be a fit for an
> *Ammodramus* spp.  Doesn’t seem to fit the usual single-banded
> Grasshopper sparrows I have found and doesn’t descend like the Le Conte’s.
> Am I way off on something?
> Hope all is well,
> Hal Mitchell
> Southaven, MS
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