Hybrid Lunchbox Talk: Obelisks, Wagon Wheels, and Other Amazing Dragonfly Behaviors
with Christine Goforth, Head of Citizen Science, NC Museum of Natural Sciences
Date: Thursday, August 11, 2022
Time: 12:00 PM-1:00 PM EST
Location: Hybrid - Virtual and In-person attendance options (see below for more information)
Free; $5 suggested fee; preregistration required
This program will be delivered in a hybrid format.
In-person option: A limited number of seats will be available in the Reeves Auditorium. Please register all members of your party separately to ensure we have enough seats.
Virtual option: We will stream the lecture live via Zoom Webinar. Links for accessing the program will be emailed to registered participants in advance of the program.
Dragonflies are a welcome sight on warm days, but they are also an important part of their environment. Learn about the many fascinating behaviors of dragonflies that help make them a valuable part of many ecosystems, including many that you can see right in your own backyard!
(L) Blue Dasher, (R) Salty Skimmer; Photos courtesy of Mike Dunn