Earth Science, Entomology, Migrations

The Nuclear Option for Dragonflies

By Bryan Pfeiffer On a crisp, sunny day in September, after what was probably a typical summer for a dragonfly (which involves flying around, killing things and having sex beside a pond), a Common Green Darner took off and began to migrate south. As it cruised past the summit of Vermont’s Mt. Philo, with Lake Champlain below… Continue reading The Nuclear Option for Dragonflies