Slender Spreadwing damselfly.Photo by Larry Meade In June you think of 70-degree overcast days as a great respite from the...
A group of enthusiastic folks joined leaders Bryan Henson, Allison Gallo and Michel Myers for a dragonfly and damselfly walk...
Fifteen birders participated Saturday’s monthly bird walk at Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve. The day was beautiful with a good bit of...
Join Andy Rabin on a walk (Location TBD) in search of these beautiful and fascinating insects. There are about 70 species in...
Walk along a marsh or pond and you will likely see dragonflies and damselflies, darting out to catch a fly...
On June 23th, Andy Rabin and Kevin Munroe led another great field trip to find and identify as many dragonflies and...
This just in from Christopher S. Hobson, VA DCR – Division of Natural Heritage: The Virginia Department of Conservation and...
We had a great walk led by Andy Rabin and Mona Miller. Eighteen people of all ages came out to...
We had a great day of hunting dragons and damsels across the fine Loudoun countryside! Seven people joined us as...
Vol. 13 Issue 1, Spring 2008 By Bonnie Eaton The damselfly is a close relative to the dragonfly. Both belong...
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