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by Peter Shepard
(Indianapolis, IN)

I've not seen this bird before at our feeder. We live in Indianapolis, Indiana. The bird is small (3-5 in), with an elongated body, long tail feathers relative to body length, is predominately gray with a gray crest (but not as pronounced as a Titmouse's crest).

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Mar 25, 2014
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by: Brook

The description you've given doesn't make your bird an easy guess. is it eating out of a seed feeder and is the feeder on the ground or hanging? what other birds are with it? Is there only one bird? give a more detailed description; beak size, color and it's shape. compare your bird to the size of a robin and let us know how big it is. Anything you can submit will help

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