Category Archive: Damselflies

Dragons and Damsels in Fremont, Indiana

This past week (the week after my camp), my family and I visited Fremont, Indiana to see family. While there, on Snow Lake, I saw a few interesting species of dragonflies and damselflies.… Continue reading

Sewanee Field Adventure Part 1: Overgrowth Unveiled

For the past two weeks, I attended a fantastic camp hosted by the Sewanee Environmental Institute on the spectacular 13,000 acre campus of the University of the South. The biodiversity in the old… Continue reading

Brook Run Park 6/22/13

This Saturday I led my second nature walk at Brook Run Park by my house from 8:00-11:00 A.M. The walk was pretty successful! We heard the same (probably) Wood Thrush singing the whole… Continue reading

Male Ebony Jewelwing

At the Dunwoody Nature Center last week I found a compliant Male Ebony Jewelwing. Here is a poem I wrote and a picture I took portraying this beautiful insect: Bouncing through the woods… Continue reading

Dunwoody Nature Center 5/31/13

This morning I went for a walk with my dog at the Dunwoody Nature Center. There were quite a few interesting organisms in the park. The birds were fairly quiet as I only… Continue reading

Angola, Indiana 8/10/12-8/14/12

I spent about 4 days in Indiana visiting my grandparents just before school started in August. I did not specifically go birding at all, but I did still see some cool birds, flowers,… Continue reading

ABA Camp Colorado Part 5-The Final Day and Camp Wrap-up

The last and final day of camp was not a full day of birding but rather a morning of looking for American Dippers and Dicksissels. On the way to the airport, we visited… Continue reading

ABA Camp Colorado Adventure Part 4-Butterfly Bash!

Our last and final day at the camp started with another early morning as we made our way to the Nature Conservancy-owned Phantom Canyon Nature Preserve to do some canyon birding. This day… Continue reading