Registration for NMW 2019 – click here
Event map for 2019 will be live by spring 2019.
Do not know what to do? Now the ballon placed me in the Center of San Ramon Alajuela…(plus now I have the ballon when I made a mistake also??) I live nearby but in the middle of nowhere… This are my GPS according to Google….10.06795 L -84.51877 (Calle Magallanes) and or 10°04’04.6″N 84°31’07.6″W…But believe me I live in the middle of nowhere not downtown San Ramon…or by San Carlos…Thank you so much Liti
Gylma, I’ll try to fix it. Please email me using the ‘contact’ page at http://nationalmothweek.org/contact-nmw/
Looks like the map marker colors got swapped at some point (looking at CA USA)
Oops… happened when the map was updated. Now fixed! Liti
Is there a a way to update my event information? So the pin drop is correct?
Use the ‘contact’ page to send me details on the what needs to be updates. Liti
Any advice on contacting someone that is doing a private event nearby where I am at? I do not know the person personally but I would be interested in joining their events. Thanks in advance 🙂
Check the map for events in your area
Can’t seem to get the 2017 event map to show up anywhere.
Here is a link to the map on google – https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=18Z1ldT474tjlv_dGLjWH9NnAcoA&ll=-3.81666561775622e-14%2C-22.65476831230933&z=1
The link to register a private or public event is not working for me. I’d like to add an Avent for Oklahoma.
Should say “event”…
I found the registration page, but I’m curious if an event has to be an actual meet-up or if it can simply be a iNaturalist project for a state? If an iNaturalist project is acceptable, does it have to be a BioBlitz (limited time frame), or can it be an ongoing project. We already have a “Moths of Oklahoma” project. Thanks for the help!
Here in Hong Kong there is an ongoing moth recording project on iNat.
All HK moth data observed during NMW week is added, as usual, to the HKMRP, and in addition to the NMW project (and observation field for NMW plus year added to the observation).
So for OK observations, it should be logical to add to the ongoing MofOK and also to the NMW project.
Roger. (HK admin for NMW)
When will I see an event I registered for 2017 posted? Thanks!
The map will be updated soon…
cannot see the events map. need links to events in ny and nj. thanks
I don’t know why you couldn’t see the map – it’s at the top of this page. If you meant that you want to see it in a better resolution – there are two ways to zoom: you can click, on the ‘+’ sign on the lower left corner of the map and use the cursor to center the area you are interested in. You can also click on the square sign on the upper right to see the map in full screen, than on the ‘+’ sign in the lower left and use the cursor to view the area of interest.
I hope this helps.
Oklahoma now has at least 1 event that should show up on the map. 😀
Oklahoma is on the map! Thank you!
Howdy, I tried to add two events (both at Quail Hollow Ranch) in Santa Cruz County, California.
I don’t see them on the map yet, and it has been a couple days, so I just wanted to check that they actually did make it into your listings.
I got your registration… your event will be added to the map the next time the map is updated (the map is updated about once a week). Liti
Hi – Is there a way to edit our information? The event date and time needs to show in the blurb. Thanks! Mel
Use the ‘contact us’ form (http://nationalmothweek.org/contact-nmw/) to send info on your event: Name used for registering, location and organization + whatever info is missing. I will edit it for you next time the map is updated.
Hi – I would just like a listing of events in Maine. There are so many balloons on that map, I’m not sure that’s the best way to do it. Too many balloons all crowded together. That would work if there weren’t a lot of them to crowd like that. I was only able to click on one event. A listing of events in each state would be good. I don’t do facebook, etc. If you could just e-mail me the list, that would be great. Thanks, if you can help! Terry
You can see individual events on the map by following these steps: Click on the square at the top right side of the map on the ‘events map’ page (http://nationalmothweek.org/events-map-2/). The map will open in its own window and will be larger. At the bottom you’ll see + and – signs. By clicking on the + sign you will zoom in. Move the courser on the map to zoon in the area you are interested in. You will be able to see the balloons separately and click for information on each one. Hope this help. Happy mothing! Liti