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For a few days, I have been trying to identify a small bird that has been hanging around in my lilac and rhododendron bushes.  It wasn't one of the Yellow-rumped which also showed up at the same time.  This morning as I watched it, it flew up to the windowsill, flared his orange crown and pecked at his reflection in the window!  What a sight.  
   

Bruce Flewelling 
RT 73, Rochester 

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