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5931

Edgewood Park, SAn Mateo County, 4/23

This afternoon I made a short hike up the Clarkia Trail at Edgewood. I was looking for birds and butterflies, but found two dragonflies: Variegated
leslieflint
Apr 23
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5930

Sunol Regional Wilderness, Alameda County,, CA

Yesterday, 4/22, I went to Sunol to check for Odes. It got sunny around noon and things began to appear. Here's my list: Exclamation Damsel - many Tule Bluet
leslieflint
Apr 23
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5929

Re: Pacific Clubtail

On Wednesday, April 22, 2015 8:30 PM, "bluesrollers@... [CalOdes]" wrote:   Went to Coleman Wildlife Area this
John Plank
Apr 22
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5928

Pacific Clubtail

Went to Coleman Wildlife Area this evening and saw ten or more Pacific Clubtail, One Male Grappletail, California Darner, Pacific Forktail, and Vivid Dancer.
bluesrollers@sbcglobal.net
Apr 22
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5927

Contra Costa Co

Had a female Red Rock Skimmer in my yard today. As far as I know the only regular spot for them in the county is Donner and Mitchell Canyons on Mount Diablo
mathesont
Apr 22
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5926

Grappletail

My wife and I went to Darrah Springs Fish Hatchery for our April Grappletail hunt. Found five. 3 male and 2 female. Darrah Springs is East of Red Bluff
bluesrollers@sbcglobal.net
Apr 20
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5925

Re: Napa Odes

Welcome to CalOdes Alex!! New member's first posts are 'moderated' (so we can keep out spammers). After your first legitimate post, future posts should go out
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Apr 19
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5924

Napa Odes

I've just begun getting acquainted with the dragonflies in Napa--this is my first spring here. Over the last few weeks I've seen the following species in
greenstreak0
Apr 19
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5923

Nagasawa Park - Sonoma County

I made two lunchtime visits to Nagasawa Park, Santa Rosa, Sonoma County this week. On April 15, 2015, I saw: Black Spreadwing - 8 Tule Bluet - several Pacific
Alan Wight
Apr 17
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5922

Re: Manzana Creek, Santa Barbara County [2 Attachments]

Hugh's two foy bring us up to 40 species reported as on the wing. Sympathies to Nick though! Kathy -- SW Dragonflies http://southwestdragonflies.net California
Kathy & Dave Biggs
Apr 17
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5921

Manzana Creek, Santa Barbara County

Today,(4/17) I ventured into the Los Padres National Forest (Santa Barbara County) to look for dragonflies along Manzana Creek upcreek from Nira campground,
Hugh Ranson
Apr 17
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5920

Alpine Pond, San Mateo County today

I went up to Alpine Pond to see what Odes were about. It was coolish and a bit windy. There were: Pacific Forktail - dozens California Darner - 2 Blue-eyed
leslieflint
Apr 13
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5919

Red Rock Skimmer Alameda / Santa Cruz

A visit to Sunol Regional Wilderness yesterday with my class produced several looks at RED ROCK SKIMMERS along the creek. Also seen were one CALIFORNIA DARNER,
Matthew Dodder
Apr 12
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5918

Santa Rosa - 4/9/15

Today (4/9/15) at the Keysight Technologies site in Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, I saw the following: Vivid Dancer - 2 Eight-spotted Skimmer - 1 female
Alan Wight
Apr 9
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5917

Sunol Regional (Alameda County)

Today at Sunol Regional Wilderness I saw a few Red Rock Skimmer and one Pacific Clubtail. Ken A. Wilson Pleasanton, CA.
Ken Wilson
Apr 9
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