Tag Archives: Black Saddlebags in Quebec

Saddle up

Back in late August 2010 I was taking lunch with my wife in her office in Senneville when I saw a Black Saddlebags Tramea lacerata (Traméa Lacérée) patrolling the gap between her block and the next. I knew that they … Continue reading

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Recent pits odes

As anyone who goes outside will know, there are not many dragonflies around these days. Around St-Lazare sand pits the last few Familiar Bluets and Eastern Forktials are still struggling along. White-faced Meadowhawks continue to fly and Black Saddlebags are … Continue reading

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Pits search

Friday July 6th I went around the St-Lazare sand pits complex searching for any migrant dragonflies that might have found there way there after the events of the previous day. Although hot it was quite breezy and not entirely to … Continue reading

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Two pits additions

Monday June 18th I visited St-Lazare sand pit, entering the works area for the first time this dragonfly season. The site is a working sand quarry and visitors may enter at their own risk and must pay a $3.ooCAN fee, … Continue reading

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