The Moth and Me #7 is now up at Reflections on the Catawba. Lori runs a Tuesday Night Moth Club in western North Carolina as a regular event for the nature park where she works. She’s relatively new both to moths and to blog carnivals, so let’s all pop over and make her feel welcome! While you’re there, check out some of the links she’s posted on how to get started in mothing, see some of her latest catch, and check out all the other goodies submitted to her or that she’s collected from around the web.
The November edition, #8, will be hosted by Susannah over at Wanderin’ Weeta. Even though here in the northern hemisphere our snow-less season is drawing to a close, there’s still some last few moths to be caught on the warmest nights. Folks further south of the border might yet find things on the wing for a couple of months. Blog about what you find and send your links to Susannah (wanderinweeta AT gmail D0T com) or myself (sanderling AT symbiotic D0T ca) by November 13.
The Moth and Me will be on hiatus for the northern hemisphere winter, December through February. We’re looking for hosts for March 2010 and beyond next year. If you think you might be interested, drop me a note with the month you’d like and I’ll pencil you in.
4 thoughts on “The Moth and Me #7”
What a truly awesome moth! I have never seen anything like that! Thank you for sharing it, Seabrooke.
There are some pretty neat moths out there, April! Next spring, once the weather warms up again, you should spend some time checking the moths that come to your porch light one night, you’ll probably be surprised at what you find.
It would be wonderful to have a guide. I just became interested in moths having found a luna moth caterpillar on our maple tree, but in researching I see that a guide is really needed. This is great, I have moved from birds to insects. It’s all good… Michelle
Well, if everything goes smoothly, Michelle, it should be just a couple years away now! It’s amazing how slowly the publishing industry works. I’m glad to hear you’re expanding your interests – there’re some fascinating things out there!