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Say what?: Bob Sciarrino, of Messinger Woods Wildlife Cafe & Education Center in Holland, holds Jimini, an American crow, during a wildlife demonstration at the springfest Sunday at the Birchfield Nature & Art Center in West Seneca. Jimini can speak a few phrases, such as "How are you?" and "Let's go."

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Magic in the air: Tom Robinson holds his nephew, Anthony Aguglia, 2, as he tries to catch bubbles from an automatic bubble-making machine Sunday afternoon at springfest at the Birchfield Nature & Art Center in West Seneca.

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Drawing power: Frontier Field in Rochester is packed with fans watching Andy Pettitte of the New York Yankees as he makes a rehab appearance with the Scranton Wilkes-Barre Yankees Sunday afternoon. Pettitte gave up five runs and eight hits in five innings as Scranton lost its fourth in a row. Scranton has been playing home games in Rochester and other cities while its new stadium is being built. Story and another photo on Page D1.

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Mass production: Shriners Craig Rebman, left, and Kris Scheetz turn a rack as they help out at a barbecue chicken fundraiser Sunday afternoon at the Shrine Center in West Seneca. The Shriners roasted 500 half chickens.

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Proud moment: Lauren Janney, a student at Iroquois Central High School, right, poses Sunday with her artwork, "Pucker Up," in the Larkin at Exchange building. Winners were announced in the annual congressional art competition for constituents of Rep. Brian Higgins and Lauren took third-place honors. Story and another photo on Page B2.