A fall warbler that we see often here is the Orange-crowned warbler. They are known for their very unremarkable coloring and sharp pointed bill. These birds frequent the lower shrubs and brush and will be found nesting directly on the ground. The orange crown for which it is named is hardly ever visible and only seen when the bird raises its crown feathers when excited. This particular bird was along the west dike at Reifel Bird Sanctuary, one of my favorite birding locations here in Vancouver.