Sounds like a White-throated Sparrow
On May 26, 2017, at 9:55 PM, Randy Winstead <randywendy@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Ok. I'm going to try this again. The first email wouldn't send, because the
attachment was too big.
Offhand, I don't recognize the bird (but I don't get around much). Could be
a blue jay with an odd mimic song, but I doubt it. I did play with the file,
convert it to a strictly audio file, and amplify the sound to make it easier
to hear, in case anyone else wants to take a listen. Audio file attached.
[Note: In order to reduce the size of the file for sending, I cut all but
one of two relevant sections of the file.]
Maryville, Blount County
From: scpjmartin <scpjmartin@xxxxxxxxx>
To: "tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 26, 2017 8:01 PM
Subject: [TN-Bird] ID Bird Song
Can someone please identify this bird song from Moore County. It's the
longest and loudest of the birds heard.