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It's a wren.  The fine barring on the tail has me thinking Winter Wren but the white spots don't look right at all to me.  It almost looks like the bird flew through a paint sprayer.  Let's leave the exact species to someone else.

Wrens are notorious for nesting in odd places.  I've had Carolina Wrens in door wreaths myself, along with in potted plants, and atop a several pieces of lumber leaning into a corner of the garage.  Indeed, open garages seem to be favorites.  They'll sleep anywhere too; we get lots of photos here showing them tucked into sheltered corners above porches.

Edited by Charlie Spencer
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