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Red deer hind 53487

Azure damselflies

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Dragonflies and damselflies.

These colourful insects are a delight to watch as they hunt our waterways and woodland edges for insect prey from spring to the first frosts in autumn.  Although dragonflies are generally larger than damselflies the easiest way to tell them apart is to look at the position of the wings when they are at rest.  Dragonfly wings remain at a right angle to the body when they land, damselflies fold their wings along the body when resting.

Barn owl in flight

Black-tailed skimmer

20828 (female)

Barn owl in flight

Black-tailed skimmer

20621 (male)

Barn owl in flight

Broad-bodied chaser

18486 (female)

Barn owl in flight

Broad-bodied chaser

21289 (male)

Barn owl in flight

Common darter

24180 (female)

Barn owl in flight

Common darter

24306 (female)

Barn owl in flight

Common darter

24379 (male)

Barn owl in flight

Emperor

1378 (male)

Barn owl in flight

Four spotted chaser

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Barn owl in flight

Migrant hawker  

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Migrant hawker

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Barn owl in flight

Scarce chaser

21182

Barn owl in flight

Southern hawker

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