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Mia McPherson's Bird and Nature Photography and the Stories Behind the Images

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    It is always nice to be able to point out a lifer bird to someone else and that is what I did on June 25th after I spotted a tiny Snowy Plover at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge foraging in the mud.

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    I spotted this plover resting near the wrack line near the Gulf of Mexico during the winter and sand-crawled up close to it to get a low angle in the beautiful light.

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  • 09/03/12--05:38: Snowy Plover
  • A simple image of a beautiful Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrius) in a rather goofy looking pose.

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  • 11/18/12--04:38: The Ant Slaying Snowy Plover
  • While photographing this Snowy Plover in June of 2008 I was able to observe the tiny shorebird snatch an ant from the sugar sand of the north beach of Fort De Soto.

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    A while back I did a post on the Least Sandpiper which is the world's smallest sandpiper so I thought I would do a post about North America's smallest plover, the Snowy Plover.

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    I photographed this Snowy Plover one September morning in Florida and it was actually cool that day... for Florida.

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    Shorebirds like this tiny Snowy Plover on a sugar sand beach were my "spark" birds when it comes to my bird photography and they are what made my passion for bird photography catch fire.

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    These images of wading and shorebirds were taken at Fort De Soto County Park's north beach six years ago today on a beautiful morning.

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  • 04/16/16--05:04: A Fort De Soto Snowy Plover
  • This Gulf Coast Snowy Plover was photographed at Fort De Soto County Park in Florida and the park was the first place I had ever photographed this species.

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    When I was at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge on the 12th of April I spotted a Snowy Plover way out on the flats and that thrilled me because it was only my second sighting since my move to Utah back in 2009.

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