Donate to NMWPlease help NMW by donating to the project. Your donations will be used to pay for the website, online maps, mailing etc.
TagsA DC Virding Blog art bait BAMONA Belize Books bug girl Collaborators data David Wagner Discover Life education Encyclopedia Of Life entomologist event events Evolution India Japan Jim Arnosky John Himmelman kids Lepidopterists' Soc light setup mothing MVL natural history New Jersey news NMW participants partner partners photography project noah SAB Science Advisory Board Seabrooke Leckie set-up silkmoth silk moth Sponsors 2013 UV light Wild NJ Win a book
Author Archives: Moth Week
Citizen Science is not a new concept, although it was not until the late 20th Century that the concept really became popular and hugely successful. As early as the mid 1700’s Carl Linnaeus (who laid the foundations for the modern … Continue reading
Écrit en Français en bas Jean Haxaire, a senior professor of Earth and Life Sciences at Bordeaux University and Agen (high school) in France, loves hawk moths so much that he has created a new website dedicated to the Sphingidae … Continue reading
The National Moth Week team is delighted to welcome its newest member, Ian Morton of Belize, an avid supporter of citizen science and NMW participant, who created the moths-of-belize.com website. As a team member, Ian is serving as an administrator … Continue reading
Happy New Year to all moth’ers! National Moth Week 2016 will be held during the last full week of July, 23 – 31. Registration is open online – click here to register your Private or Public mothing event. (It may … Continue reading
Spooky Seasons event at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is an annual kid’s hands-on program that invites families to spend some time exploring the things that some people find scary: bats, owls, nocturnal animals and learn more about them so their … Continue reading
NMW participant Marcie O’Connor wrote about her event, or Moth Party, on her blog ‘Prairie Haven‘. The party included hiking, food and of course moths… There was no moth cake this year, but Anne promised to make one for next … Continue reading
Learn about why and how to submit moth observation – click here.
Click here for the auction on ebay