Squamish birder Chris Dale captured this footage of a white-crowned sparrow in the estuary this week.
This bird gets its name from its white crown.
According to the Canadian Wildlife Federation, white-crowned sparrows' diet consists mainly of seeds from weeds and grasses and grains including oats, wheat, barley, and corn.
They also consume insects during the summer, including caterpillars, wasps and beetles.
You can know it is in the area often from the sound of its rather noisy scuffling in the bushes.
"Using both of its rather large feet, it vigorously scratches among the leaf litter in search of food," reads the Canadian Wildlife Federation site.