Posts Tagged ‘Green Darner’

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Shootin’ Dragons

June 22, 2013

There is a small pond nearby that hosts great numbers of dragonflies. It is large enough to pull in the bigger dragonflies, but it is small enough that I can… [Continued]

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Critter of the Year, 2012

January 1, 2013

April is usually a little early for dragonflies. I pick up a few Green Darners (Anax junius) throughout the month, but that is a pretty unmistakable dragonfly. In fact, I… [Continued]

Black Swallowtail

April 3rd, 2012

April 3, 2012

Generally, I try to write about one topic in my Notes. Sometimes, however, especially in spring, I have days when I see so much, that I just need to toss… [Continued]

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Poor Wandering Ones

February 3, 2012

Most people are aware that birds migrate, and many are aware that some butterflies migrate—most notably the Monarch, whose annual trip to Mexico is the stuff of legend. Fewer people,… [Continued]

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