Dragonflies and Damselflies are among the earliest of insects and have been on Earth for an estimated 300 million years. The largest fossil dragonfly had a wingspan of over two feet! Although smaller today, dragonflies are the fastest flying insects and, along with their smaller relatives, damselflies, remain important environmental indicators of the quality of our environment.
Join Jay Kaplan, Director of Roaring Brook Nature Center in Canton, for a free webinar to learn more about these fascinating creatures. Use the online RSVP form to receive your link to the webinar in advance. The Land Conservancy’s nature lecture series is co-sponsored by Bloomfield Parks, Recreation & Leisure Services.