Dragonflies are fascinating creatures! They can hover, dive, fly backwards, fly upside down, or pivot 360° using only three wingbeats. The largest flying insects of all time were dragonflies with a 28-inch wingspan, 320 million years ago. New Jersey has 182 species of dragonflies recorded. During the peak of dragonfly migration, let’s get out to the park and see what we can find! We will be using binoculars (provided) to observe the dragonflies, and perhaps be able to catch some with hand nets. Feel free to bring a camera if desired. We will hope to submit some data to the Migratory Dragonfly Partnership. Pre-registration is required.