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Marc Heath
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My Top 5 Odonata Photos of 2018
Having already posted a few odonata photo highlights of 2018, I thought I would try to go one better and try to identify my top 5 photos taken throughout the dragonfly season. This year has been harder than ever with a number of photos which I was pleased t...
My Top 5 Odonata Photos of 2018
My Top 5 Odonata Photos of 2018
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2018 Odonata Highlights (October - November)
The latter part of the season is normally spent watching and photographing the few species that are still on the wing, namely Common Darter, Migrant Hawker and the Willow Emerald Damselfly. This year was no different as most of my time was spent at Nethergo...
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2018 Odonata Highlights (August - September)
August continued where July had left off with a few more visits to Oare Marshes to see and photograph the newly found Southern Migrant Hawkers which were to be seen in good numbers. With some patience required, I was able to grab a few images of this striki...
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2018 Odonata Highlights (June - July)
With June and July having a good range of species on the wing, it wasn't no surprise that I made quite a few visits to places in Kent and a few out of the county. A return trip to Thursley Common provided me with my best ever views of Brilliant Emerald incl...
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2018 Odonata Highlights (April - May)
2018 will personally be remembered as probably my most successful year to date with regards to seeing and photographing dragonflies and damselflies, both in Kent and out of the county. At the start of the year, I set myself a number of targets with some bei...
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Brilliant Emerald v's Downy Emerald
Having collected both Brilliant Emerald and Downy Emerald exuviae this year which do look somewhat similar, I have recently photographed them separately to aid others in the identification of both species but thought it would be a good idea to make some pla...
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Nearing Willow End
It seems to be more difficult in the past few weeks to have weekends where the weather is sunny and warm enough for what dragonflies and damselflies there are left to fly. Yesterday (Saturday) the weather was quite sunny and with twelve degrees celsius fore...
Nearing Willow End
Nearing Willow End
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Brilliant Emerald (Somatochlora metallica) Exuviae
Having made the trip to Thursley Common in Surrey earlier in the year to photograph the Downy Emerald emerging and collect some exuviae, I was even more looking forward to a return visit to hopefully photograph the nationally rare Brilliant Emerald emerging...
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Willow Emerald Damselfly - NEW Behaviour Observed?
I have spent the last few years spending countless hours watching, studying and photographing the Willow Emerald Damselflies of Nethergong and during this time, have managed to find out a few interesting aspects of their behaviour. A few years ago and still...
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