OCVN Profiles in Service Webinar
Ohio Dragonfly research, presented by Jim Lemon, OCVN
2017 is the first year of a planned three-year statewide survey; the first large scale effort since the 1990’s. We are looking to get good data primarily through photographic observation and also collecting. We will be using iNaturalist for photo submissions. Many of our OCVN’s volunteer in good Odonate habitats and can contribute if they can make photos and submit them to iNaturalist. Most of our Odonates can be identified from photographs. The use of iNaturalist is a good system for citizen science. OCVN’s do not need to be experts as the community will help with identification. We are looking for data by species, location, habitat, and flight date. By this fall, we should have a good handle on our survey process, first season data and goals for next year (2018). Jim
Jim Lemon is retired. He has an MS in Entomology from OSU. Jim has been an OCVN since 2014. He volunteers at Cedar Bog (monitor of Dragonfly, Butterfly, Moth). He is currently the Incoming (2017) president of Ohio Odonata Society; Co-Chair of the Urbana Tree Commission and a nature photographer. He speaks on insects, invasives and Urban Forests.
Photo: Jim Lemon - Blue Fronted Dancer
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Meeting Name: OCVN Profiles in Service: Ohio Dragonfly Research
Summary: This is our final webinar of 2017 we will explore service in citizen science with the Ohio statewide dragonfly survey.
Invited By: Anne Baird (firstname.lastname@example.org)
When: 12/13/2017 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Time Zone: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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