National Moth Week has teamed up with leading nature-writers to give participants a unique opportunity to win a signed copy of their books. Click here for details. A list and information of the books was published here [and see a list below].
We recently obtained a copy of WJ Holland’s that will also be offered as a prize.
This book, first published in 1903 and written by W.J. Holland, is one of the most classic moth books ever written. Despite outdated scientific nomenclature for many species and poor quality plates, this book still belongs on every “moth’ers” bookshelf. It features a great deal of interesting natural history information as well as many entries and chapters about how to find and attract moths.
Seabrooke Leckie – Peterson Field Guide to Moths of Eastern North America
John Himmelman – Discovering Moths: Nighttime Jewels in Your Own Backyard
Dave Wagner – Caterpillars of Eastern North America
Dave Wagner – Owlet Caterpillars of Eastern North America
Jim Arnosky – Crinkleroot’s
We also have copies of these books:
Guide to Knowing Butterflies and Moths
Rare, Declining, and Poorly Known Butterflies and Moths (Lepidoptera) of Forests and Woodlands in the Eastern United States.
Butterflies and Moths of Pacific Northwest Forests and Woodlands: Rare, Endangered, and Management-Sensitive Species.