Friday, January 31, 2014

The Whisperer Speaks: Identifying Dragonflies in Puget Sound

On Saturday, February 1, I gave a pair of dragonfly talks for the Sound Waters environmental conference in Oak Harbor.  These talks were a little more detailed and technical than the ones I've given in the past.  The first talk was on identifying common Puget Sound dragonflies, and the second one dealt with interesting aspects of dragonfly behavior.

Here's a description of the ID talk:

Here's page 1 of the handout I gave out for the identification talk.  It deals with identifying common non-darner dragonflies by color:

Here's page 2 of the handout, which deals with identification of common Puget Sound darners:

Thanks for attending, and participating with many interesting and insightful questions.  You helped make it an enjoyable experience for all of us.

Happy dragonflying!

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