National Moth Week at the Smithsonian!


We are very excited to announce The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History will be hosting a National Moth Week event free to the public. Please see below, and the official event link here for information regarding the event.

Who: The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

When: Saturday July 18, 2015, 11AM—4PM.

Where: Natural History Museum, Ground Floor, Q?rius (pronounced “curious”)

What: National Moth Week: Scales in the sky

Official Event Description:

Moths, butterflies, and skippers make up about 157,000 species of  insects and about 1.6 percent of the total number of animal species on Earth. Yet they remain one of the most popular and widely known animals among all ages of peoples anywhere. This presentation will use images, live illustrations by an artist, and projections from real specimens to show just what these fascinating insects are about.  Fantastic forms and  life-histories are presented to show the diversity of adaptations of this scaly-winged group of animals.


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