Yarmouth County seems to have a very much more diverse topography than Shelburne County, or perhaps it is more obvious because there are so many more back roads to investigate than we have in Shelburne. Today 4/7/16, Sandra and I had to visit Yarmouth and so detoured en-route home via Wilson Rd , near Quinan. The road is quiet, has a good pond part way along and has the larger Wilson Lake which passes under a convenient bridge.
Access to the lake edge is tricky but I walked down a drive to a property and was able to get at water level. Activity was slow to moderate with the highlight being this male Slaty Skimmer. I had seen it from the bridge and so was pleased to be able to get closer for definitive looks for my NS tick.
In the margins, Stream Bluets were common (NS tick) along with the expected Powdered and these Variable Dancers. A few Lancet Clubtails buzzed about and a Green Darner made a pass or two.
The last time I visited this site for odeing, last year on June 20th, these were around. A Springtime Darner which I was able to net, and a Stream Cruiser, settled in the grass as they sometimes do late in the day.