Category Archives: Libellules

Back to Quinn’s Falls Rd, Shelburne Co

For various reasons I have not had much odeing opportunities recently, so today I got out and about and managed to add a few species to my meagre year list, one of which was also new for my NS life … Continue reading

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Old Hay Road, Barrington

Just a few days after my first ode, they are now out in force and now is the time to take advantage of the abundance of the earlier emerging species, some won’t last long. There are a couple I have … Continue reading

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Mantled Baskettail

I knew they had to be out there but, so far, I’d not found my lifer Mantled Baskettail until today on a trip up the Wentworth Lake Road at Jordan Falls. The road is in pretty good condition and the … Continue reading

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About Time!

I did see a dragonfly species right at the end of May, but it zapped away before I had even a fraction of a second on it and it was lost. Since then I have been looking wherever I’ve been. … Continue reading

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Recent wanderings

While I’ve not yet got my head back into odes this year as such, I have been out a couple of times. Below are a few of the photos from those trips and a bit of blurb. Of particular interest … Continue reading

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Stuttering start

I know I’ve been neglecting these pages but I’ve not really been around for the best part of five weeks including June, perhaps our best month. I’m back in the field now, when the sun shines, and hope to make … Continue reading

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End of season

It looks like the last of the odes in our area have gone for another year and so it is time to wrap up the blog too. The year was a fractured one with the early season flight being adversely … Continue reading

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