|Powdered dancer (Agria moesta) and Variable dancer (Agria fumipennis)|
|Pond damsel spp?|
As a result, since becoming a Maine Master Naturalist, a requirement of which is to share naturalist knowledge with others, I've taught classes in nature writing and nature journaling, my area of "expertise" and a naturalist skill that can be applied to whatever interest a person has.
|Ebony jewelwing (Calopteryx maculata)|
|Dragonhunter (Hagenius brevistylus)|
Because they're just so darn cool.
There are 158 species of odonates in Maine alone, and some can only be identified under the so it might take me a while, but half the fun is in the chase.