This book is very well organized, has great pictures & descriptions of the little dragons & is my go-to book.
The BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO DRAGONFLIES is destined to help me help my granddaughters develop an appreciation of Dragonfiles and Damselflies.
The color tabs on the edge of the book are very helpful for quickly locating the right pages for identification.
My first guide. Stokes puts out some nice durable guides. I have at least 4 Stokes guides. RLPublished 10 days ago by Richard Leamon
I bought 3 dragonfly guides to help in identification--this one is just the right size to carry in the field and inclusive enough to identify the common species in our area--a gem!Published 2 months ago by Harvard67
I purchased this book after borrowing it from the library, because using it I quickly and easily identified several species stopping in my yard. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Richard
Great little book from which to begin learning about dragon flies and damsel flies. Beautiful photos. Highly recommended.
Dale and Warren
I have some experience with bird and plant field guides so I'm not completely ignorant of the genre, but I knew nothing about any invertebrate when I got this book, and found it... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amy Titcomb
I was so excited to get this book a few years ago when I lived in Alabama. Dragonflies are so much fun to watch, and knowing what they are makes it even more exciting. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lance and Amy
Unfortunately, I lost the book so ordered another. I used it to read and discover some of the dragonflies I had taken pictures of. Read morePublished 11 months ago by ruth
Like the way Stokes create what is almost a primer similar to their ones on warblers and shorebirds. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Wayne Kennedy