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Autumn Insects

November 14, 2012  •  Leave a Comment

It's November and, at first, you'd think most insects are gone for the season.  Mosquitoes are largely absent.  But we haven't had a hard freeze yet, and I've been seeing lots of insects: house flies, ants, grasshoppers, moths, and dragonflies to name a few.  When I was at Broadmoor Sanctuary on November 4th, I walked into the meadow with a friend and soon we were both sporting dragonfly legs.  Meadowhawks were everywhere and for some reason they were particularly friendly.  They clung to our jeans without any fear.  I even got to look one straight in the eyes.  And my delighted friend sported four, five, six, and sometimes seven resting on her blue-jean legs.  Meadowhawk

 


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