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What kind of bird is this?
It's a small bird with a mostly grey body, a brown patch on its back, black on top of its head and neck and a white face.
If the bird you are asking about is in the picture, than this looks like a chickadee. But in your description of this bird that has a lot of grey on it, this sounds more like a tufted titmouse or small warbler that is migrating through your area. This time of year birds usually begin their fall migration. Hope this helps answer your question somewhat.
Gosh, some kind of sparrow, but I can't make out the markings well enough. I'm definitely a novice. I have the same bird feeder ;-)
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