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- 07/04/18--04:25: _Snowy Plovers – Pho...
- 07/12/11--04:00: _Snowy Plover Restin...
- 09/03/12--05:38: _Snowy Plover
- 11/18/12--04:38: _The Ant Slaying Sno...
- 08/09/13--02:45: _Snowy Plovers – Nor...
- 09/20/13--02:45: _Snowy Plover on a l...
- 02/16/14--04:14: _Snowy Plover on a s...
- 09/25/14--04:49: _Morning treasures f...
- 04/16/16--05:04: _A Fort De Soto Snow...
- 04/29/17--04:12: _Snowy Plover at the...
- 07/04/18--04:25: Snowy Plovers – Photographed in the West and East
- 07/12/11--04:00: Snowy Plover Resting at the Wrack Line
- 09/03/12--05:38: Snowy Plover
- 11/18/12--04:38: The Ant Slaying Snowy Plover
- 08/09/13--02:45: Snowy Plovers – North America’s Smallest Plover
- 09/20/13--02:45: Snowy Plover on a late September morning
- 02/16/14--04:14: Snowy Plover on a sugar sand beach
- 09/25/14--04:49: Morning treasures from six years ago today
- 04/16/16--05:04: A Fort De Soto Snowy Plover
- 04/29/17--04:12: Snowy Plover at the North Beach of Fort De Soto
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.
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.
A simple image of a beautiful Snowy Plover (Charadrius alexandrius) in a rather goofy looking pose.
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.
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.
I photographed this Snowy Plover one September morning in Florida and it was actually cool that day... for Florida.
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.
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.
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.
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.