Hawk Watch Counters Contribute Another Season of Dragonfly Observations
Published on August 31, 2017
This article originally appeared in the newsletter of the Hawk Watch Association of North America and has been edited from its original format. Hawk Watch observers who gather every year to document the annual journey of hundreds of thousands of hawks, eagles, and vultures southward to overwintering grounds, are ideally placed to note the migration Read more …
Using Technology and Citizen Science to Understand Dragonfly Migration
Published on April 27, 2016
Given the wide geographic scope of dragonfly migration, citizen-science observations are critical to furthering knowledge of this remarkable behavior. Our understanding of the migration phenomenon in dragonflies has advanced as engagement in Migratory Dragonfly Partnership projects soar across North America. Now 1,000-strong, MDP’s volunteer network has helped reveal several insights into the behavior and seasonal Read more …
ID Dragonflies and Locate Hotspots: Introducing the New Dragonfly ID App!
Published on October 3, 2015
Calling all nature enthusiasts! Do you have a smartphone and want to use it to explore, identify, and marvel at the diversity of dragonfly and damselfly fauna in your backyard, local wetland, or favorite trout stream? Well, now you can! We are pleased to introduce Dragonfly ID, a first-of-its-kind app brought to you by the Read more …
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