Dragonflies at Watson Lake

Sounds Wild: Alaska's Dragons

Watson Lake is a shallow lake that is full of vegetation – just the right spot for dragonflies and other critters. Standing at the boat launch and camping area, look out across the lake for these large flying insects. Red-necked grebes, rusty blackbirds and loons are also found on the lake. Most lakes on the Kenai Peninsula can be a good spot for dragonflies.

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Latitude: 60.535989
Longitude: -150.461012