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Mia McPherson
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Bird and nature photography is my passion
Bird and nature photography is my passion

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Both times I photographed this male Burrowing Owl yesterday morning he looked very sleepy, he may be worn out from helping to raise a passel of chicks.

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Yesterday I saw all three of the young Red-tailed Hawk chicks together perched on a fallen tree not far from where their natal nest had been before the wind knocked it down.

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I knew when I photographed this Snowy Egret in a shallow lagoon at Fort De Soto County Park that the dark reflections of the mangroves and mangrove roots on the water would produce a high contrast image.

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My best photos of the day were of a buck Pronghorn that was very close to the dirt road I was on, he was so close I had trouble keeping all of his head in the frame.

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Black Skimmers forage by skimming their bills in the waves just off shore and snap up fish when their sensitive bills locate them.

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I know that what this person did was not right and the 8 moderators of that group should have said something but in 15 days they haven’t said a word about them being too close to the owl chick.

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One year ago today I became part of an amazing group of people who rescued, rehabbed and trained Galileo the Short-eared Owl after finding him hung up on a barbed wire fence

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Maybe next year I’ll have better opportunities with these Red-naped Sapsuckers and maybe they will chose to place their new nesting cavity in a location that is easier to photograph.

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While this final image shows a beautiful Short-eared Owl, nice sharpness and details when I compare it to the first photo it just isn’t as visually appealing to me as the first photo which was taken in softer light.

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I love birds but I also love wildlife photography and will take photos of the wildlife I find while I am out looking for birds. Yesterday while up in the Wasatch Mountains I was delighted to be able to photograph two Least Chipmunks I found in East Canyon of Morgan County, Utah.
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