Category Archive: Dragonflies

Harris Neck NWR 8/30/14

I am so sorry I am just now getting caught up on blog posts but my computer was having trouble uploading pictures and I have been very busy with schoolwork and everything else… Continue reading

Indiana 7/5/14

On July 5 while in Indiana, I visited Pokagon State Park to do some birding. Highlights included close views of Hairy Woodpeckers and a Scarlet Tanager. Later that day, I had a photo… Continue reading

Bartow County 6/30/14

This morning, I went birding at various spots around Bartow County. Highlights include lifers Grasshopper Sparrow and Dickcissel as well as Georgia-bird Horned Lark. I heard and saw all three of these species… Continue reading

Camp TALON 6/3/14 – Okefenokee NWR and Altamaha WMA

On the third day of Camp TALON, we visited Okefenokee NWR in the morning and Altamaha WMA in the afternoon. The habitat at Okefenokee was beautiful and the organisms we saw diverse. I… Continue reading

GOS Fall Meeting Part 2 – Andrew’s Island and Gould’s Inlet 10/13/13

As the second field trip for the fall meeting, my Dad and I went to the Andrew’s Island spoil site and Gould’s Inlet at St. Simon’s Island. We saw a load of birds… Continue reading

GOS Fall Meeting Part 1 – Altamaha Sound Boat Trip 10/12/13

This weekend, my Dad and I went to Jekyll Island this weekend for the Georgia Ornithological Society 2013 fall meeting. Saturday morning we went on a boat trip with about 32 other birders… Continue reading

North Tybee Beach 9/2/13

This Labor Day weekend, I went birding twice on 9/2/13 with Diana Churchill at the north end of Tybee Island. The morning high tide was only 6.3 feet, so the assortment of shorebirds… Continue reading

Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve 8/12/13

This morning, I visited Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve alone and walked most of the trails looking for whatever I could find. The mosquitoes were terrible, so I walked quickly through most of the… Continue reading

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 7: Slippery Swimming Salamanders

Today the group visited a creek on the campus to do some water quality and riparian habitat analysis. We looked at various qualitative features of the stream like the surrounding shade-providing vegetation essential… Continue reading