I got this in my email this morning:
Thanks for your interest in dragonfly monitoring! The great thing about MDP is that you don’t have to be an expert to submit data. I would keep an eye out for good migratory pathways (ridgelines and coastlines tend to be good). Once you find a good place for viewing dragonflies, familiarize yourself with protocol and data sheet and pick a few hrs to observe. You can watch for 10 min or all day. It’s all very useful info. You don’t even need to ID them to species. You can just record numbers you see. If you have questions, their website is very helpful, (or you can ask me too).
http://www.migratorydragonflypartnership.org/ — feeling excited.
Yay! I’m going to try helping out with the MDP!