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Everyone is invited to participate in Moth Week! Read more On the map below – Countries in Green have registered events for Moth Week 2018. To see a list of countries and find events in your area Click here. Whether you county is … Continue reading
Together We Can (NGO) is celebrating the Global Citizen Science “National Moth Week, 2018” in Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park, Kathmandu (July 29). The event features a 3-4 hour hike from Sundarijal to Shivapuri Nagarjun National Park while spotting and documenting … Continue reading
T-shirts, mugs, bags, travel mugs, notebooks, kids clothing and more – all with the National Moth Week logo and 2018 dates are now available for purchase on RedBubble. Your purchase helps support the project, and we thank you for it.
About the Moth Migration Project Moth Migration Project is an ongoing project begun in 2017. The first exhibition premiered August 2017 and was a part of the larger “Cross Pollination”, the exhibit at 516Arts, Albuquerque, NM. Cross Pollination The … Continue reading
Our event was held on July 26, which turned out to be a rainy evening. In spite of the less than promising conditions we were glad we went ahead anyway as those who did attend were quite keen and had … Continue reading
Venezuela is commonly known for its rich flora and fauna and its magnificent landscapes. It is a beautiful country with many wonders yet to discover. I’m Yezzy, a psychologist and a nature enthusiast who lives in a city called Maracaibo; … Continue reading
The IndianMoths group on IBP is the Indian partner for Moth Week and it has been hosting the event for the past 4 years. The National Moth Week 2017 was held between 22-30th July. The campaign witnessed good participation with over 350 … Continue reading
In spite of the rain the moths and the people showed up between 5AM and 9 AM for our Meet a Moth For Breakfast event. We had UV party lights, porch lights and even a bug zapper that had the … Continue reading