Olentangy Week- Over the next week, I'll be presenting images from my most recent trip to my old stomping grounds, the Olentangy River at Kenney Park while I'm away at Yellowstone National Park.
This damselfy is one of my favorites- and you should be able to see it quite easily if you live near one of Central Ohio's rivers and beyond. The males are a beautiful red, while the females are green and gold. These damselflies fly across the river and land on adjacent vegetation (like this water willow leaf) and also rocks in the middle of the stream. The adults don't stray far from the river.
Tuesday, June 01, 2010
Tomorrow: The Stream Bluet.