Register a NMW event

PUBLIC MOTHING EVENTS ANY TIME IN 2019 SHOULD REGISTER HERE.  Scroll down to complete the form, or click here

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Public and private mothing activities may include mothing at night in backyards, parks and other venues using lights, traps and sugaring; or daytime events like searching for day-flying moths and caterpillars. Public events may also include lectures, presentations and any other moth-related activities. The map will be updated every week. 

 

   

 




33 Responses to Register a NMW event

  1. Lisa Ben Dror says:

    We decided to move our Moth Night Party to Lincoln Regional Park instead of our front yard. If you have any Mothing experience, or curiosity, feel free to stop by to park and visit our lights! We are not showing up on the map yet, but will definitely be set up looking for moths and recording data from 8 to 10pm.

  2. Lisa Ben Dror says:

    Hi There! Any Tucson Moth Lovers are welcome to a Moth Party at our front yard in the Colonia Del Valle Neighborhood (6700 block of 20th street) youll see the set up outside. We are new at this, and this is our first moth night observation set up. This event is for our children that will be doing a small data collection and data entry project plus taking their own photos. July 20th from 8pm to 10pm. No public bathrooms, email if you are coming. Enough possible visitors might mean we serve light refreshments.

    • Lisa Ben Dror says:

      we have moved our party location to a park with public bathrooms. I cant seem to find a way to delete this notice though. We will be at Lincoln Regional Park from 8 to 10 pm

      • Liti says:

        I deleted the first registration… the change will be on the map after the next update (may take up to a week). Thanks for letting me know.

  3. Satish Nikam says:

    I shall be mothing on my own at my farm

  4. Terence Meredith says:

    I saw a Jersey Tiger Moth and a hummingbird Moth about 11.45am at my location in Coulsdon next to Farthing Downs

  5. Gylma Barnes says:

    Hi I have not gotten an answer to my comment before so maybe If I put it this way..I will be having the event on my own Garden, in Alajuela, Costa Rica…My GPS is 10°04’04.6″N 84°31’07.6″W But it is not correct in the Events Map…I do not know how to corrected it… Thank you, hope you can help me.. Liti…

    • Liti says:

      Hi Gylma, as of now it is easier to position the marker on the map with an address. i can, and will update the coordinates on the list but please also provide and address. Thank you, Liti (any changes will be shown until the next time the map is updated which may take up to two weeks)

  6. Gilma jeannette Ospino Ferreira says:

    Hi I am Gilma Jeannette Ospino Ferreira, from Alajuela, Costa Rica. (I also have an address in California, USA) I filled the form for NMW, but I made several mistakes, and the GPS is not correct…How do I correct the Form? Thank you

  7. Elizabeth Perdomo says:

    Can you upload observations to iNaturalist? Since some of us just recently participated in the City Nature Challenge event, and have not learned how to use that app?

  8. Tim.H Walker says:

    Is this just for North America?

  9. Mike Patterson says:

    Would it be possible to move the coordinates for the Seaside, OR event so that they appear at the Circle Creek Event Center for North Coast Land Conservancy? 45.95446N by 123.931545W

  10. I’m just a person, can I try doing this myself?

  11. Lisa Powers says:

    I registered a private event 2 weeks ago for Bon Aqua, TN and do not see it showing on the map. 35.949963, -87.309145

  12. Lenny Lampel says:

    Hi, I registered a public event on July 18th in Davidson, NC. The coordinates for the location are 35.458453, -80.779743, but the marker appeared at a different location. Is there any way to have that adjusted? Thank you!

  13. Christine says:

    Do you want records for all moths seen during this week or just the Hawkmoths?

  14. Michael Kurz says:

    Hi Mrinal, Darjeeling is the home of one of the most interesting primitive moths, i.e. Micropterix longicornuella, which is known from a single female only, caught in 1874! It would therefore be very interesting to publish your data (and photos?) on our website http://www.nkis.info.

  15. Andrew Reago says:

    I need to edit my event information. I need to add the time of the event, duh! The event will start at 7PM and run until at least midnight, if not later.

    • Liti says:

      Hi Andrew… i do not see a registration from you… when did you register? Please register again with the missing information, and let me know when you do so i can check that i got it.

  16. Mrinal Pal says:

    Darjeeling Forest are most interesting and rich with flora and fauna. Moths are also variety there. Scope of work is also very high.

  17. Mrinal Pal says:

    My area of Moth observation is Darjeeling Forests (Singalila Nation Park), West Bengal, India. local people are not aware about the importance of Moths. can we campaign about it?

    • Liti says:

      Hi Mrinal… yes, let’s teach people to appreciate and understand moths. let us know how we can help.

      • Mrinal Pal says:

        Thank you for the information about Micropterix longicornuella in Darjeeling. Already I have visited Darjeeling and photographed some small Moths. In this rainy season, different areas of Darjeeling are inaccessible due to landslide and road blockade. I will shoot in September also. Local people are co-operating. Some display banner with photographs are to be printed.

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