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Tag Archives: mothing
Click here to watch an Interview with Carl Barrentine, member of National Moth Week Science Advisory Board, on WDAZ ABC channel 8.
We are happy to add Hong Kong Moths as a new partner of National Moth Week. Hong Kong Moths is part of the Asian Lepidoptera Conservation Group/Symposium, an informal “connecting” organization for Lepidoptera conservation in Asia. Moth observations from Hong … Continue reading
Guest post by Sergio Garrido The Faculty of Natural Sciences (FCN) of the Lurio University is one of the reference education centers in Mozambique, located in the north of the country, in the city of Pemba. Currently, the course of … Continue reading
Rebecca Rupp, a biologist and a writer, complied a list of everything moths! Stories, books (fiction, non-fiction and science fiction), activities, poems, arts and crafts, moth evolution, Silkmoth and more. Check it out on her blog (click here) ———————————————————————————————————- This … Continue reading
Dr. John Pickering, NMW Science Advisory Board member, and Jim de Rivieres, NMW sponsor, are featured in the May/June 2014 Audubon magazine article about moths and mothing, written by Rene Ebersole. Click here to read the article.
Participate in National Moth Week and Explore the Wonders of Moths! By Dave Moskowitz The Rosy Maple moth is either gaudy or stunning depending on your perspective. But with colors described as raspberry and lemon sherbet or a strange golden … Continue reading
National Moth Week – “The Year of the Silk Moth” – What’s in a name? Participate in National Moth Week and Explore the Wonders of Moths! By Dave Moskowitz Our Giant Silk Moths and Ancient Mythology: Our Beautiful Giant Silk … Continue reading
Dino J. Martins is a Kenyan entomologist, and a National Geographic Emerging Explorer. Dino participated in NMW in Kenya and blogged about it on his personal blog and on his National Geographic New Watch column. Read about Dino’s mothing during … Continue reading
We had our NMW event, in the Bonanza Creek ExperimentalForest, which is a few miles west of Fairbanks. The collecting site was in the floodplain of the Tanana River, at the base of a bluff covered with a relict steppe … Continue reading
Michal Rindos is hosting a National Moth Week event in Slovakia. He started with butterflies at the age of 9. In 2001 he started moth breeding and he specialized on Saturniidae and Sphingidae. Since 2008 he is studying biology and focusing … Continue reading