If it is flying, flapping or swimming, it is worth chasing, studying and sharing with friends.
|Judy Semroc and Larry Rosche|
Two of my favorite guides and dragonfly experts Judy and Larry gave an excellent program and led the field trips.
They do professional outreach for the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. The are also the authors of one of the best dragonfly and damselfly guides written in the Eastern U.S. If you don't have it, you can buy it on-line: just click here.
|The bridge at Gorman Nature Center's pond.|
If you are interested in learning about Odonates (dragonflies and damselflies), the pond behind Gorman Nature Center is a well-stocked location. You can spend an afternoon and see up to fifteen species!
|Our field trip to the pond.|
They will be leading part of the Aquatic Adventures for Flora-Quest, Aug. 27-29, 2015 in the Mohican Area. For those of you in the Cleveland area, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History is offering a sign-up on line to drive down in the bus from CMNH. Just go to this link to sign up from the CMNH calendar.
Or go directly to the Flora-Quest website to see all our offerings. If you are interested in plants or natural history, this is the conference for you. Hotel rooms are limited, so contact me if you need help finding a room.
Hope to see you there, chasing Dragon Hunter dragonflies and Hellbenders!