LOUND BIRD CLUB

Striving to record, monitor and conserve birds & wildlife found on the Sutton & Lound GP's SSSI (Idle Valley NR) since 1990.

Dragonflies August 2018

The LBC/IVNR 2018 Year List has 16 Recorded Species. The LBC/IVNR Reserve List has 19 Recorded Species

Report Updated to Sunday, 16 September 2018

Wednesday 29th. There were four different specie of of Dragonfly that were noted whilst carrying week Twenty Two of the 2018 NWT Butterfly Transect recording program, there were (c55) Common Blue Damselfly, (4) Migrant Hawker, a single Southern Hawker and (51) Common Darter. (Phil Cadman, Ian Hunt)

Monday 20th. There were just five different specie of Dragonfly that were noted whilst carrying week Twenty One of the 2018 NWT Butterfly Transect recording program, there were (c60) Common Blue Damselfly, (8) Migrant Hawker, (3) Brown Hawker, (14) Common Darter and a single Ruddy Darter, that were noted around the reserve. (Phil Cadman, Ian Hunt)

Wednesday 15th. a walk around Linghurst Lakes ('Parish Park') and 'Linghurst Wood' produced (c50) Common Blue Damselfly, (2) Blue-tailed Damselfly, (7) Migrant Hawker, a single Southern Hawker, (2) Brown Hawker and (7) Common Darter. (Phil Cadman, Ian Hunt)

Monday 13th. There were seven different species of Dragonfly that were noted whilst carrying week Twenty of the 2018 NWT Butterfly Transect recording program, which included a single male Banded Demoiselle, (25) Common Blue Damselfly, a single Blue-tailed Damselfly, (9) Migrant Hawker, (2) Brown Hawker, (2) Common Darter and a single Ruddy Darter. (Phil Cadman, Ian Hunt)

Saturday 11th. There were (15) Migrant Hawker, (4) Southern Hawker (5) Brown Hawker, and (7) Common Darter that were noted around the Northern side of the Reserve. (Bernard and Maureen Featherstone)

Thursday 9th. There were (5) Banded Demoiselle, a single Emerald Damselfly, (9) Common Blue Damselfly, (5) Migrant Hawker and a single Common Darter, that were recorded around the South of the Reserve. (Phil Cadman, Martin Warne)

Tuesday 7th. There were (2) Banded Demoiselle, (2) Emerald Damselfly, (21) Common Blue Damselfly, (3) Blue-tailed Damselfly, (5) Migrant Hawker, singles of Brown Hawker, and Emperor Dragonfly with (8) Common Darter. (Pauline Bradford)

Monday 6th. There were six different species of Dragonfly that were noted whilst carrying week nineteen of the 2018 NWT Butterfly Transect recording program. There were (c65) Common Blue Damselfly, (5) Brown Hawker, (5) Migrant Hawker, singles of Emperor Dragonfly and Black-tailed Skimmer and (3) Common Darter. (Phil Cadman, Ian Hunt)

Sunday 5th. A walk around Linghurst Lakes ('Parish Park') and 'Sandy Hills' produced, (c25) Common Blue Damselfly, (2) Migrant Hawker, (5) Brown Hawker and (6) Common Darter. (Phil Cadman, Ian Hunt, Dave Hursthouse)