Join David Trently at our Browning Beaver Meadow Sanctuary on a search through the fields and around the pond for dragonflies and damselflies. David will point out the differences between these types of insects. You’ll learn how to identify many of them – and maybe even have the opportunity to hold one in your hand! Learn how you can help scientists by photographing individuals as you travel around your favorite places. During the walk, David will also point out other interesting wildlife, like birds, butterflies and wildflowers.
Meet at 10:00am at the Observation Deck parking area at Browning Beaver Meadow Sanctuary, twenty-five minutes north of Honesdale. See our Sanctuaries page for directions.
The walk is open to all – young and old, regardless of wildlife viewing experience – and will be easy and relaxed, covering no more than a mile along the flat trail. Binoculars and cameras are recommended. If you have a field guide to dragonflies, you should bring that as well.