Yes, there are several species of dragonfly that are migratory. The Common Green Darner, a long term study species of ours) is the most common. The Tramea (saddlebags), Anax longipes (Comet darner) and others are also migrant. In fall the Green Darner and others head southward. The Pantala species are famous for their worldwide migratory escapades.
Some very few observations have indicated that there may be a link between American Kestrel migration and the Common Green Darner migration with the former feeding on the latter during the trek. That's practical but has not been formally studied.
--- John and Sue Gregoire Field Ornithologists Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory 5373 Fitzgerald Rd Burdett, NY 14818 42.443508000, -76.758202000 "Create and Conserve Habitat" On 2019-04-25 12:25, Johnson, Alyssa wrote:
> Migratory dragonfly? > > -- > > ALYSSA JOHNSON > > Environmental Educator > > 315.365.3588 > > MONTEZUMA AUDUBON CENTER > > 2295 State Route 89 > P.O. Box 187 > > Savannah, New York 13146 > > Audubon NY- Montezuma  > > Montezuma Audubon Center on Facebook  > > FROM: <bounce-123555388-79436705...> <bounce-123555388-79436705...> ON BEHALF OF <khmo...> > SENT: Thursday, April 25, 2019 8:24 AM > TO: cayugabirds-l <cayugabirds-l...> > SUBJECT: [cayugabirds-l] Yellow-throated Warblers > > Further to earlier comments, the species does seem to be surging northward. Birder friends in NYC have reported them from Central Park and in every one of the borroughs! Interestingly the migrant Anax Junius (Common Green Darner) was just reported from NYC yesterday, a good two weeks after our first sighting here. > John > > -- > > John and Sue Gregoire > Field Ornithologists > Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory > 5373 Fitzgerald Rd > Burdett, NY 14818 > 42.443508000, -76.758202000 > "Create and Conserve Habitat" > > -- > > CAYUGABIRDS-L LIST INFO: > > Welcome and Basics  > > Rules and Information  > > Subscribe, Configuration and Leave  > > ARCHIVES: > > The Mail Archive  > > Surfbirds  > > BirdingOnThe.Net  > > PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR OBSERVATIONS TO EBIRD ! > > --