With only 15 days until the start of the first (Inter)National Moth Week, we are only 4 states away from having all U.S. States on board! The District of Columbia,
Bill Evans has organized a week of National Moth Week activities in New York’s Finger Lake region. He would like to note that the events are NOT private and are
Jenilee Montes is hosting a NMW event at Henri Pittier National Park in Aragua, Venezuela. The park occupies most of the northern state of Aragua and much of the northeastern state
Phil Huntley-Franck is hosting a National Moth Week event in Douglas, Oregon. Phil retired from a career in computers as a Lead Analyst / Project leader in 1991 then
Julian Donahue is a retired curator of Lepidoptera at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, where his specialty was the taxonomy of tiger moths (Arctiidae), carpenter moths (Cossidae),
Tara Fourre will be running an event in Warren NJ for National Moth Week. Tara wrote up the following post for our blog. Tara says: “I have been in love with
Cristóbal Ríos-Málaver is a Colombian biologist and entomologist studying butterflies and beetles of the family Lucanidae in the neotropical highlands of Venezuela. Cristo has also conducted several studies on biodiversity of butterflies
Marcie O’Connor set up her moth lights during a recent Grinnell College Reunion. Read the blog story about this ‘moth night’ on Marcie’s blog – “A Prairie Haven”.
Shawn Wainwright is hosting a NMW event at Cattus Island County Park Nature Center. Cattus Island is located on NJ’s Barnegat Bay and is home to the Cooper Environmental Center.