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Brit. Dragonfly Soc
British Dragonfly Society (BDS) - conserving dragonflies, damselflies and their wetland habitats since 1983.
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc 13h
'Bug eyed' - Highly Commended entry in this year's British Wildlife Photography Awards. Well done Keith, we love it!
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Daniele Muir 17h
Here's a summery picture to cheer us up on this dreich day! (Not taken in though they have occasionally been spotted here).
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Nov 20
We hope you all enjoyed our Annual Meeting! This year we learnt how tenacious dragonflies can be! For instance, Malta has no permanent natural streams, rivers or lakes, so its dragonfly inhabitants rely heavily on manmade waterbodies.
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JLyon Nov 19
Common Darter still about in numbers in
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Nov 20
We're very glad to here you had a good time ! If you'd like to get more involved with the organisation (e.g. volunteering or writing articles) do get in touch: Welcome aboard!
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Philip Bruss Nov 18
Very enlightening day at the AGM with and . 3 new members for a great organisation! Still amazed at the structural engineering in a wing. Uni-directional twist! Phwoar
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Kent Dragonflies Nov 18
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Peter Sketch Nov 18
At the annual meeting in Bristol today. A whole day of stuff. Bliss.
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Longrun Meadow Nov 17
Red admiral and common darter warming up in the sun on a frosty meadow today.
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Amanda Nov 17
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Nov 20
Thanks for supporting the BDS ! please find a link to the badge in the web shop here:
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Well-read Naturalist Nov 16
Sporting my today and recalling all the lovely, interesting people I met from the organization on my most recent trip to .
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Nov 18
Hurray ! What have you got planned? Fishing? Kayaking? Pond dipping? Do you have a garden pond that needs cleaning out? Remember to Check. Clean. Dry. Help stop the spread of invasive species!
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Colliery Spoil B. I. Nov 16
is the Golden-ringed (Cordulegaster boltonii), the most commonly encountered dragonfly on South Wales' coal tips.
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Diogo Veríssimo Nov 17
Another Lost & Found story! Field biologist tells us all about the rediscovery of the Sri Lanka Emerald Spreadwing damselfly, 154 after it was last sighted!
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Brit. Dragonfly Soc Nov 16
to the summer! This female Banded Demoiselle loves eating crunchy flies- mmm yummy!
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Colognelia Nov 11
Migrant Hawker mating wheel
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Alannah Hawker Nov 14
Very pleased to say my dragonfly wings got highly commended in the British Wildlife Photography Awards this year!
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Neil Phillips Nov 16
Finishing off my talk for the annual meeting in Bristol this weekend. Its on the Southern migrant hawker, and I've been looking through my photos of them from the last 7 years. 1st shot from 2010, 2nd 2012 + 3rd 2017. Glad they've improved over the years!
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Kent Dragonflies Nov 15
The business end of the Hairy Dragonfly nymph. Remember the season never ends, it just moves under the water for a while.
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