- East Riding Dragonflies – The aim of this site is to record and map the distribution of Dragonflies and Damselflies within the East Riding of Yorkshire.
- British Dragonfly Society – The aim of the British Dragonfly Society is to promote and encourage the study and conservation of dragonflies and their natural habitats, especially in the United Kingdom.
- Cheshire Dragonflies & Damselflies – These pages are intended to provide information about the status of Odonata in the County of Cheshire and also the Wirral.
- Dragonflies of North East Hampshire and Surrey Borders
- Dragonflies and Damselflies in the UK – particularly in North Buckinghamshire – These pages are about Dragonflies and Damselflies in the UK – particularly in North Buckinghamshire.
- Warwickshire Dragonfly Group – The Warwickshire Dragonfly Group is an informal association of county based dragonfly and damselfly enthusiasts. It is the county local group of the British Dragonfly Society and a specialist group of the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust .
- Dragonfly Ireland
- Derbyshire Dragonflies
- Northants Dragonflies and Damselflies – Website of the Northants Dragonfly Group, a local group of the British Dragonfly Society. This site summarises the latest news and activities of the group as part of an on-going project to build an up-to-date atlas of dragonfly breeding species and sites within the county.
- A Survey of the Dragonflies of Lichfield
- The Dragonflies of Montgomeryshire – This is the home of the dragonfly recording pages which detail the annual records of observed dragonflies and damselflies across the county. The website will also introduce you to the resident species which can be seen and help you to find suitable locations where you can easily observe and photograph these colourful and exciting insects.
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of Plymouth
- Norfolk Dragons – This site is a guide to the many different species that can be found in Norfolk. We aim to show you where to go to see dragonflies and what you are likely to see when you get there.
- The Dragonflies of Lancashire and North Merseyside
- Digitalwildlife – Odonata – A selection of Odonata (dragonflies) photographs.
- Dragonflies in Cumbria
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of Wiltshire
- Scottish Natural Heritage – The Dragonfly
- Bedfordshire Odonata
- Cambridgeshire Dragonfly Group
- Chris Brooks Dragonfly Galleries – The images were mostly taken in Hampshire and the Kennet Valley area, which are blessed with some of the best dragonfly and damselfly sites in the south of England.
- Dragonfly-Days – A website dedicated to the study and photography of Dragonflies and Damselflies in the South Wales area of the United Kingdom.
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of the New Forest
- Odonata in the Algarve – detailed information about all the species, flight periods and distribution of Odonata throughout the Algarve.
- Africa Dragonflies – This site is where you can find photos and post information on African Odonata.
- Asia Dragonfly
- Dragonflies and Damselflies in the Languedoc
- odonata.eu – The online identification guide for all European dragonfly and damselfly species.
- Worldwide Dragonfly Association
- OdonataCentral – Dragonflies and Damselflies of North America
- Libellules – Another good selection of photos.
- Dutch Dragonfly Association
- Society of German-speaking Odonatologists
- Swedish Dragonflies
- Ode News
- Danish Dragonflies
Forums with Dragonfly Content
- Dragonflies-UK – Dragonflies of the U.K. their pictures and other information . A method of sending messages around the U.K. to those who are interested in Dragonflies.
- UK Dragonflies Forum – This website is intended to be a friendly place where we can share our knowledge & expertise of these amazing and fascinating creatures.
Mapping and Recordoing Tool Links
- MapMate – MapMate is a revolutionary software package – designed to record, map, analyse and share your natural history sightings. Favourite choice for 1000’s of enthusiasts across the UK – it is setting new standards for those interested in recording Birds, Butterflies, Moths, Mammals, Plants and Insects of all orders.
- Vice-county Lookup from Grid References – OS grid reference to vice-county conversion from the Botanical Society of the British Isles.
- Where’s the Path – A great tool showing OS maps and Satellite mapping side by side. Also has a selection tool which also shows Grid References.
- Google Maps UK – Satellite mapping from google.
- iRecord – The goal of iRecord is to make it easier for wildlife sightings to be collated, checked by experts and made available to support research and decision-making at local and national levels. Join iRecord now to share your sightings with the recording community, explore dynamic maps and graphs of your data and make a real contribution to science and conservation.