A Red-veined Darter was at Dickson's Corner, the first of the next generation.
There were at least 14 Emerald Damselflies on the Estate.
A Willow Emerald Damselfly was in Big Gully.
The LESSER EMPEROR was still on Restharrow Scrape along with three Emperors.
A LESSER EMPEROR was on Restharrow Scrape and another on RSPB Worth marshes.
Two Southern Hawkers, a Southern Migrant Hawker, and a Willow Emerald Damselfly were logged on the Estate.
A Southern Hawker was in the Oasis.
A Southern Emerald Damselfly was a nice find on the Estate, and follows two sightings in the area this summer. Lets hope this is the start of a new breeding population!
Five Southern Migrant Hawkers and 28 Small Red-eyed Damselflies were on the Estate. Eight Brown Hawkers was also a good count.
Totals on the Estate included one Blue-tailed Damselfly, three Common Blue Damselfly, three Emerald Damselflies, four Black-tailed Skimmers, three Southern Migrant Hawkers, 34 Migrant Hawkers, three Brown Hawkers, 12 Ruddy Darters, 18 Common Darters, and two Emperors.
A Willow Emerald Damselfly was in Little Gully.
Three Brown Hawkers were on the Estate.
A Willow Emerald Damselfly was on the Estate. This species has been particularly scarce this year.
There were at least 60 Migrant Hawkers in the lee of the wind by The Elms. Ten Black-tailed Skimmers were on Restharrow Scrape and nine Small Red-eyed Damselflies around the Observatory ponds.