We gathered in August to look for our friends the dragonflies and damselflies. Greg Kareofelas, dragonfly hunter extraordinaire, had caught several species for us to examine before they were released by an enthusiastic 4-year old entomologist. Down at the river, we saw more dogs than odonates, so took the upper trail. There were a number of interesting species sighted, including some that stay aloft at extremely high elevations feeding on the aerial “plankton” (small insects found up high). We also saw (and caught) many damselflies, including the mating pair below. Except for the dogs, it was a very pleasant morning. A very warm thank you to Greg, for generously sharing his expertise and passion with us!!