- 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 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
- A Survey of the Dragonflies of Lichfield
- The Dragonflies of Lancashire and North Merseyside
- Digitalwildlife – Odonata – A selection of Odonata (dragonflies) photographs.
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of Wiltshire
- Bedfordshire Odonata
- Dragonflies and Damselflies of the New Forest
- Dorset Dragonfly Group
- Dragonflies and Damselflies in the Languedoc
- odonata.eu – The online identification guide for all European dragonfly and damselfly species.
- Libellules – Another good selection of photos.
- Dutch Dragonfly Association
- Society of German-speaking Odonatologists
- Swedish Dragonflies
- Ode News
Mapping and Recording Tool Links
- 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.