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Category Archives: Events
It was nice weather up to the moth night. It rained much of the time. We had about 40 visitors but they were driven to cover by the rain. At one stage there were more onlookers than insects on the … Continue reading
Leana Lahom-Cristobal, an admin of National Moth Week partner Philippine Lepidoptera, summarizes some events in the Philippines during National Moth Week 2016. The Philippines is a tropical country and the National Moth Week celebration in July falls during the summer monsoon season … Continue reading
Debbie Goedde is an Adv. Master Naturalist in Evansville, Indiana. She participated in National Moth Week in the past three years. In 2016 she ran a few mothing events: on July 23 a private event at a for large garden organization … Continue reading
For the past six years, the Idalia Society (the Kansas City area chapter of the Mid-American Society of Lepidopterists) has hosted a black lighting event on the third Saturday of July at my property, Long Lips Farm in Paola, Kansas. … Continue reading
On July 23, 2016, Midpen (Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District) volunteers hosted their third “Moth Night at Monte Bello” during National Moth Week. Along with docents Debbi Brusco, Jack Owicki, and Sara Witt, naturalist friends Ken-ichi Ueda (of iNaturalist) and … Continue reading
The first Cairns Moth Night was held on the evening of the 27th July at the Cairns Botanic Gardens with around 76 members of the Friends and the public in attendance. Moth Week was conceived in the US some years ago … Continue reading
These are mothing events being held today, July 31, 2016! Check the map for mothing events being held around the world today. Green events are public, Blue are private.
These are mothing events being held today, July 30, 2016! Check the map for mothing events being held around the world today. Green events are public, Blue are private.
Science Friday joins the fifth annual celebration of National Moth Week. From the show’s website: Many moths don’t seem all that flashy or important. But Elena Tartaglia, one of the co-founders of National Moth Week, says that moth diversity outstrips … Continue reading
Pity the poor moth. It never gets the love that goes to its Lepidoptera kin, the butterfly. The good folks at Long Nature Center in Davie, however, are determined to change that. Once again this year, they’ll host South Florida’s … Continue reading