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Dragonfiles and Damselflies
Learn about the fascinating arthropod aerialists of the Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve -- dragonflies and damselflies like blue dashers, prince baskettails and eastern amberwings – from a presentation by Chris Hobson, Natural Areas Zoologist with Virginia’s Natural Heritage Program.
Sponsored by the Friends of Dyke Marsh and the National Park Service.
More About Huntley Meadows Park
Huntley Meadows Park incorporates 1,425 acres of forestry and wetlands. The site is a popular place for bird watchers and families.
Visitors can stroll along the park's half mile long boardwalk. There is also a vistor's center, where there are brochures, periodic exhibits and restrooms.
Supporting the park is the group Friends of Huntley Meadows Park, with more than 400 members.