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Birding Around Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs
Floyd Lamb Park
Odonate habitat at Floyd Lamb Park


Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs is located on the broad, flat northwestern edge of the Las Vegas Valley. The main park area sits on low rolling hills that are the result of spring deposits (mud) that have built up over the millennia. The springs feed four lakes and connecting steams, providing water for aquatic vegetation, trees, lawns, and Odonates. Beyond the ponds, the park stretches out into the open desert.

For details of the site, entrance fees, access, directions, maps, GPS coordinates, and contact information, see Birding Around Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs.

Floyd Lamb Park
Odonate habitat at Floyd Lamb

Species Seen at Floyd Lamb

Dragonflies: Rhionaeschna multicolor (blue-eyed darner), Anax junius (common green darner), Libellula luctuosa (widow skimmer), Libellula saturata (flame skimmer), Pachydiplax longipennis (blue dasher), Pantala hymenaea (spot-winged glider), Perithemis intensa (mexican amberwing), Sympetrum corruptum (variegated meadowhawk), Tramea lacerata (black saddlebags).

Damselflies: Hetaerina americana (american rubyspot), Argia moesta (powdered dancer), Argia sedula (blue-ringed dancer), Enallagma basidens (double-striped bluet), Enallagma carunculatum (tule bluet), Enallagma civile (familiar bluet), Ischnura cervula (pacific forktail).

Floyd Lamb
Widow Skimmer (Libellula luctuosa), male
Floyd Lamb
Blue Dasher (Pachydiplax longipennis), male
Floyd Lamb
Flame Skimmer (Libellula saturata)
Floyd Lamb
Blue-eyed Darner (Rhionaeschna multicolor), female
Note: All distances, elevations, and other facts are approximate.
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