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Mothography 101, Guest post by Warren Krupsaw

  Warren Krupsaw shares his technique and tips on how to photograph moths. Click on the link below to read more. We all have our cross to bear; mine weighed 23 pounds. Camera on tripod, 4 other lenses, plus all … Continue reading

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Mothing and caterpillar hunting – Guest post by Isobelle Fox

I came to moths by the same route the moths themselves do – by way of caterpillars. I have been fascinated by them for years, and they are still the primary domain of my interest in Lepidoptera. I moved to Massachusetts … Continue reading

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“Marvelous Moths”, Jim des Rivieres photos at the Hudson Highlands Nature Museum

New exhibit of Moth photos by Moth’er, photographer and National Moth Week’s sponsor Jim des Rivieres.  The Hudson Highlands Nature Museum‘s new exhibit, “Marvelous Moths,” will open from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 at the museum’s Wildlife Education Center, … Continue reading

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Cool Pics Wrap-Up from Richard Smith

Richard, a NMW supporter, published moth photos and stories during NMW. Here is the last NMW post from Richard’s  blog: “Okay, this is it for the moth photo posts (for a while, anyway). I usually do a Single Image Sundays post right … Continue reading

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Marcie O’Connor’s set-up and more

Marcie O’Connor is a moth’er in western Wisconsin.  Marcie lives on an old farm that she and her husband are trying to “unfarm” and bring back the prairies and savannas that were here before it was farmed.  On her website/blog … Continue reading

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Meet NMW supporter – Donna Brunet

Donna Brunet has combined an educational background in environmental history and entomology into a full-time career as a free-lance photographer specializing in insect photographs. Her images are of wild, free-flying insects with the exception of a few moths collected at … Continue reading

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Discover Life – Spring Natural History Survey event, April 20-21

On 20-21 April, 2012,  join Discover Life for the Spring Natural History Survey, and help collect data on species and their interactions. This 24-hour multi-site event will celebrate the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences opening their Nature Research Center’s … Continue reading

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So You Want To Photograph Moths?

National Moth Week will soon be here and hopefully many a backyard will be glowing with either a Mercury Vapor or Ultra Violet bulb. Most importantly, will you be photo cataloging this event? If yes, one might want to brush … Continue reading

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