Another warm spring day in Denmark, and another day out hunting dragonflies for me.

Visited several local lakes today, hoping to find Pyrrhosoma nymphula and maybe also Cordulia aenea and Brachytron pratense. It is however still early in the season, so I only spotted Pyrrhosoma nymphula and only few specimens, except at my favorite location at Rands Fjord. Here Pyrrhosoma nymphula is quite numerous now. I also managed to shoot some photos, which have been added to the gallery.

It looks like the warm weather will continue for at least another week, so can’t be long before other species will emerge.