We will be holding our second NMW event on July 26, 2013 at the University of Alberta Devonian Botanic Garden. The Devonian Botanic Garden is located just 25 km from the outskirts of west Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The garden has a 40 year history of 11,000 plant species blooming from very early to late in the season, it is pesticide free, and boasts diverse woodland, crop and field habitats and multiple soil types from bog to sand ridge.
The Devonian Botanic Garden is excitedly organizing another event and collaborating with local partners, ie; Alberta Lepidopterists Guild and AltaLeps, to ensure its success and accurate species identification!
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4 thoughts on “Moth Night at the Devonian Botanic Garden, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada”
I have a HD video of this event at: http://bugs.adrianthysse.com/2013/12/moth-night/
Hi Adrian – Wow, this video is super awesome!! Absolutely gorgeous – thanks so much for sharing. I’m going to make it into its own blog post.
Hey There Elena,
Cool Post, OK, when I finished highschool one of my teachers gave out to every student of her class a photocopy with a short story by Paulo Coelho. It’s a story about a moth/night butterfly that falls in love with a star and every night strives to fly higher and higher in order to reach it. Even though she never reaches the star she ends up seeing many wonderful things and leaves for a long time unlike all her relatives who ‘fell in love’ with things like street lamps and got burnt in their light. The moral of the story in the end is that even unrequited loves can give you a lot of happiness.
I want to know from which of his books is that story from. I’ve been looking for it but nothing so far. Help…?
Are you maybe thinking of this story?