Arquivos de periódicos de janeiro 2019

07 de janeiro de 2019

A New Year, A New Map?

Hi everyone!

I hope you have been enjoying these cooler months. We have been hard at work sorting through observations, vetting records, and creating new maps.

Permit Requests: If you would like off trail access at any locations to survey for dragonflies and damselflies, please let me know. I will be working on the permit for the State Nature Preserves in a few weeks, so if you have one in particular that you think is promising, please shoot me an email. These permits will cover off trail access and permission to collect specimens ( or wings/spider killed/road killed dragons )

NEW MAPS! Jim Lemon did his magic again and created all new maps showing the new county records. These new maps and flight distributions are now live on the Ohio Dragonfly Survey webpage.

Odo-Con Speakers and guides wanted!

  • Mark your calendars for May 31st-June 2nd.
  • The conference will be in Rio Grande, Ohio this year (Southern Ohio, Gallia County). If you are willing to be a field guide or speaker, please let us know. Topics related to aquatic ecosystems are welcome. Once we have a more confirmed speakers, we will make the registration live.

Other upcoming events:
Jan 12th, 10 AM - Ohio Lepidopterists Annual Meeting at the Grange Insurance Audubon Center in Columbus. FREE ATTENDANCE!
Jan 17-18th: Ohio Wildlife Conference (Columbus) Registration required (cost ranges from $10-$40), but this conference will cover a range of interesting wildlife topics from bobcats, hellbenders, snakes, dragonflies, and so much more
Jan 29th: Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference (Cleveland) - MaLisa will give a brief update on the status of the survey as part of the Ohio Biodiversity Conservation Partnership symposium.
February 23: Ohio Natural History Conference (Columbus) Another great conference focused broadly on natural history. Normally cheap registration
March 17-20th: North Central Branch Entomological Society of America Meeting (Cincinnati) MaLisa will give a short talk on the dragonfly survey, but this is also a great time to learn about current research in all things insects. Conference registration on the higher end at $250-$290 for non-members
March 21: 7:30 PM: Ohio Citizens and Dragons: Documenting threatened species (Ashland)
March 23: Museum Open House (Columbus) Tour the research collections and learn how we use biological specimens for science. Also many activities for kids like face painting and live bug exhibits. FREE ATTENDANCE!
(more events the rest of the summer listed on the webpage)

Do you have an event to share? Do you want us to do an outreach event at your park/club? Let us know and we will try to work something out!

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