Very nice, Henry. Unless the shading on the inner half of the wings is an artifact of the lighting, this is a male Band-winged Meadowhawk, called Western Meadowhawk in older guides. The other field marks apparent in the photo and the general appearance of the insect seem consistent with this species.
It's a species that is not at all common in this area. I've seen this species only three times in the 15 years I've been interested in dragonflies, and two of them were along the loop trail off the mail trail in the southeast portion of Willband ponds.
Thanks Henry. Definitely Band-winged Meadowhawk and a very nice one to find. I've never checked that area out, but it looks like there's lots of suitable habitat for dragonflies -- wetlands with plenty of emergent vegetation.