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  • Migratory Dragonflies » Welcome to MDP
    OC Preview Publications Welcome To better understand and conserve North America s dragonfly migration dragonfly experts nongovernmental programs academic institutions and federal agencies from the United States Mexico and Canada have formed the collaborative Migratory Dragonfly Partnership MDP Regular monitoring and centralized reporting among participants across three nations will help us answer some of the many questions currently surrounding dragonfly migration and provide information needed to create cross border conservation programs to protect and sustain the phenomenon This site will allow you to submit dragonfly migration observations What do I need to get started Projects Flyer Monitoring Protocols What s New New Dragonfly ID app Dragonfly ID features bar charts built from the OdonataCentral database of sightings recent sightings submitted to OdonataCentral displayed on maps crowd sourced text images and more Status and distribution information for odonates in North America Download from the Apple App store or learn more here Is there more I can do at my pond Taking Flight 2014 Report to MDP Volunteers Latest e newsletter Short Course Training Modules in Spanish MDP Field Guide in Spanish Conservation of Dragonflies and Damselflies Backyard Ponds Guidelines for Creating Habitat to Attract Dragonflies and Damselflies MDP Accomplishments Report 2016

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  • Migratory Dragonflies » Welcome to MDP
    conservar la migración de libélulas en Norteamerica científcos organizaciones no gubernamentales instituciones académicas y agencias federales en los Estados Unidos México y Canadá han creado la colaboración Alianza de Libélulas Migratorias ALM El monitoreo regular y informes centralizadas entre los participantes a través de tres naciones nos ayudará a descubrir las respuestas a algunas de las muchas preguntas sobre la migración de libélulas y proporcionar información que necesitamos para crear programas de conservación a través de fronteras para proteger y sustentar esta fenómeno Puede subir observaciones de migración de libélulas en este sitio Qué necesito para empezar Información sobre los proyectos Protocolos para monitoreo Qué es nuevo Nueva aplicación para identificación de libélulas Dragonfly ID cuenta con gráficos de barras con datos de la base de datos de observaciones de libélulas en OdonataCentral mapas mostrando observaciones recientes registradas en OdonataCentral texto creado por usuarios expertos muchas imágenes y más Información sobre el estado y la distribución de los odonatos en Norteamérica Descargar de la App Store de Apple o aprende más aquí Informe anual a voluntarios 2014 Boletín electrónico más reciente Módulos del taller en español Guía de identificación para las libélulas migratorias La conservación de los odonatos Cómo crear

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  • Migratory Dragonflies » Observations Observations
    Date Locality Position Collector Submitted by Common Green Darner First Sighting Mar 2 2016 USA Texas Williamson Saddlebrook Pond on Lake Creek Trail shared 30 46071 N 97 76213 W Mikael Behrens Mikael Behrens Recent Sightings Apr 25 2016 USA Ohio Franklin Inniswood Metro Gardens 40 10263 N 82 90066 W Colleen M Sharkey Jen Snyder Apr 24 2016 USA Nevada Clark Cornerstone Park Henderson 36 03000 N 115 05000 W karla shoup karla shoup Apr 21 2016 USA New York Livingston DEC Avon Pond 42 89823 N 77 66769 W jim craft jim craft Variegated Meadowhawk First Sighting Mar 10 2016 USA New Mexico Otero Holloman AFB 32 81200 N 106 11300 W Michael Freehling Michael Freehling Recent Sightings Apr 20 2016 USA New Mexico Otero Holloman AFB 32 81200 N 106 11300 W Michael Freehling Michael Freehling Mar 10 2016 USA New Mexico Otero Holloman AFB 32 81200 N 106 11300 W Michael Freehling Michael Freehling Black Saddlebags First Sighting Mar 3 2016 USA Florida Miami Dade ZooMiami 25 60486 N 80 39948 W Sandy Koi Sandy Koi Recent Sightings Mar 3 2016 USA Florida Miami Dade ZooMiami 25 60486 N 80 39948 W Sandy Koi Sandy Koi

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  • Migratory Dragonflies » MDP Newsletters
    closes we consider one of the most remarkable features of these insects their large multi veined transparent wings Read more September 2014 Hawk counters contribute to our understanding of dragonfly migration As hundreds of thousands of eagles hawks and vultures make their annual journeys from Canada and the United States to southern overwintering grounds many of the dedicated observers ascending to Hawk Watch sites throughout North America to document their travels are also recording coincident migratory dragonfly observations Read more August 2014 Migration season begins at least for the birds and Monarch butterflies that are already being seen assembling and moving south as summer fades into fall Though few directional flights have been reported t here have been numerous reports in the past few weeks of members of our top five migrant species seen in feeding swarms or as newly emerged tenerals Are the Common Green Darners Anax junius and Black Saddlebags Tramea lacerata observed in local swarms merely residents feeding on a bounty of midges and mosquitoes or are they migrants amassing their reserves for the long trek south Read more July 2014 Visitar la Casa de Agua MDP Worshops in Tabasco Mexico During the week of July 14th MDP Project Coordinator Celeste Mazzacano Xerces Society and co chair John Abbott St Edward s University joined steering committee member Elisa Peresbarbosa Rojas Pronatura Veracruz to present workshops on dragonfly migration at the beautiful Pantanos de Centla in Tabasco in southeast Mexico This area of Mexico is important for dragonfly migration Thanks to the monitoring work done by MDP partner Pronatura Veracruz we know that large annual flights of migratory dragonflies occur in this region every year in conjunction with the annual raptor migration Read more June 2014 Developing an Obsession with Odonata The The MDP s Project Coordinator Celeste Mazzacano just returned from a delightful week in Wisconsin attending the annual meeting of the Dragonfly Society of the Americas DSA DSA meetings are largely an excuse for a bunch of dragonflyers also known as ode ers of all ages and levels of experience to gallop around the countryside photographing netting and identifying every odonate they can get close to Read more May 2014 Emergence and Pond Watch Where migrants and residents come together Migratory dragonflies have been moving north for several weeks in North America mating and laying eggs as they go And with the arrival of sustained warmer weather resident dragonflies that overwintered as nymphs are also beginning to emerge as adults As overwintering nymphs become active again search the vegetation and other substrates around your local pond for an opportunity to witness dragonfly emergence Read more April 2014 Backyard Ponds Guidelines for creating and maintaining habitat to attract dragonflies and damselflies Ponds provide living space for a diverse assemblage of wildlife and creating protecting and restoring ponds provides essential habitat for dragonflies and damselflies and other animals in landscapes where wetlands are increasing scarce or absent To help homeowners create their own backyard pond habitat the MDP

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  • Migratory Dragonflies » About MDP
    Saddlebags Wandering Glider Spot winged Glider and Variegated Meadowhawk Please follow the instructions below to get started 1 Pond Registration a Log in to the MDP website http www migratorydragonflypartnership org to register a pond or ponds of your choice in your region If you are already a registered user of OdonataCentral http www odonatacentral org the same username and password will also allow you to log in to the MDP site If you need to create a new account on MDP just click on the Login link in the right hand status bar and you will be able to register as a new user b To add your site to the database mouseover the Observation tab at the top of the page and click on Enter New PondWatch Observation On the page that comes up create your new observation by entering your general observational information c You will then be asked to create a new locality and enter the following information the site name a short description jurisdiction nation state and county all provided on pull down menus and location You can either enter the coordinates of your site manually latitude longitude in decimal degrees or you can use the interactive GoogleEarth map window that pops up to zoom in on and drop a pin at your site Elevation will be entered automatically from the coordinates Please ensure that Pond Watch is selected under the Projects field Your site will be saved and you can enter any associated observations in the future to this site or create additional sites 2 Data Collection Please download the sample data sheet to ensure you are collecting all requested data including 1 Observer name 2 site name 3 GPS coordinates 4 species observed 5 behaviors of target species and 6 start and end times of site observations This data sheet is also available under the Resources tab on the MDP web site then select the Dragonfly Pond Watch tab 3 Reporting Once you have registered your site you will be able to record your observations of the five target species by clicking on My Observations at the top of the page All data entry is automated Finally in the course of monitoring target species at your wetland you may become interested in other dragonfly and damselfly species that you see If you would like to submit any other observations about the odonate community at your site you can do so at OdonataCentral People who are already registered users of OC can use their credentials to login to the MDP site but it is not backwards compatible in other words if you are registered on the MDP site your credentials will not work automatically on the OC site We suggest new users use the same username and password to register for both MDP and OC Please note that each record submitted to OdonataCentral MUST be accompanied by a photograph to allow species identification to be confirmed Though not specific to migration species reports from

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  • Migratory Dragonflies » About MDP
    Variegated Meadowhawk Black Saddlebags Wandering Glider Spot winged Glider Behavioral Resources More I Can Do at My Pond Additional Resources Member List Initiatives Pond Watch Odonata Central CMS Manage Users OC Preview Publications Contact Us For questions pertaining to the Migratory Dragonfly Partnership website please contact John C Abbott Ph D Director Museum Research and Collections University of Alabama Tuscaloosa Alabama For questions pertaining to the Migratory Dragonfly Partnership please

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  • Migratory Dragonflies » MDP Events
    and develop key skills to identify dragonflies Whether you are a novice or a pro when it comes to dragonflies learn how to become a volunteer citizen science monitor and help us explore the amazing but understudied phenomenon of dragonfly migration Watch a recording of this workshop on the Vermont Center for Ecostudies Google page Dragonfly Conservation Webinar Watch the archived webinar Join Celeste Mazzacano Aquatic Program Director with the

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  • Migratory Dragonflies » MDP - Who we are
    List Initiatives Pond Watch Odonata Central CMS Manage Users OC Preview Publications Steering Committee Chair Scott Black The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation Vice Chair John Abbott University of Alabama Project Coordinator Sarina Jepsen The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation sarina xerces org Greg Butcher U S Forest Service International Programs Jim Chu U S Forest Service International Programs Ralph Grundel U S Geological Survey Colin Jones Ontario Ministry of

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