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Published on Aug 9, 2012
Here is a video that I took August 8, 2012, at Observatory Park. It's a male Clamp-tipped Emerald, which is an uncommon species in Northeast Ohio. Guess why it's known by that name! Here's what it says in the field guide about this species: "Males cruise woodland paths and fly just above the surface of small forest streams in wetland habitats. The Clamp-tipped Emerald hovers over a stream, often changing its direction for extended periods of time." -- CHECK! -Naturalist Linda Gilbert