- Late Hawker?
- After a sharp overnight frost a Migrant Hawker flying at 11.00 in bright sunshine
- New Forest dragonflies
- A Southern Hawker was hunting in Dame's Slough Inclosure (west of Lyndhurst) and a male Common Darter sunning itself to to the north east of Burbush carpark (south of Burley)....
- Late Common Darters
- 23 November 2020 at least two male Common Darters on open access land Walberswick. Seen flying and basking in sunshine early afternoon.
- Common darter
- Common Darter seen at RSPB Lakenheath on Saturday 21st of November.
- Late Southern Hawker
- Male Southern Hawker seen in New Forest, Hampshire near Highland Water Inclosure (SU 252094).
- dragonflies still about
- Shapwick NNR at least 2 Common Darters and 2 Migrant Hawkers
- Late common darters
- Three common darters in a sheltered spot at Norfolk Wildlife Trust's Upton Fen and Marshes nature reserve. They were doing their usual trick of seeking warmth on fencing.
- Red-veined Darter Shapwick NNR
- Male Red-veined Darter at Decoy Pond Shapwick NNR in sheltered sunny area by hide also present at least 10 Common Darters and 3 Migrant Hawkers
- Female emperor dragonfly
- Around my garden pond, dipping its tail in the water and when it rained seeming to shelter in a rock crevice
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