Flashy-colored dragonflies can zip through the air at up to 30 miles per hour, then stop on a dime. On national wildlife refuges and in other natural areas, people love to watch these stunt pilots of the insect world.
Every fall, monarch butterflies fly thousands of miles from as far north as Canada to overwinter in Mexico. There's great monarch viewing and tagging at several national wildlife refuges that they pass along the way. Here are some prime viewing spots.