Lady Dragon

This week our selected photographer – Sharon Patricia – gives us an intimate and crisp look at the complex beauty of dragonflies. Although dragonflies are commonly spotted throughout wetlands, it can be tough to get close enough to appreciate the fine details without the dragonfly flying away. Sharon’s photograph gives us an rare perspective at … Continue reading

Persistent Aerial Predator

A dragonfly that is poised in mid-air and patiently hunting insects over wetlands, ponds, streams and lakes is a familiar–and welcome–summer sight to many Western residents. Fortunately, sightings of the Paddle-tailed Darner, or Aeshna palmata are not only common today, but are also likely to be in the future. This dragonfly has a Yellow status … Continue reading

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