All posts tagged moths
Despite the less than ideal weather conditions lately, I have been persevering with moth study in my Wigton garden. It has been pretty awesome, I have recorded 127 species since March! Moths are so cool! Here is the evidence of their coolness! …
The moth trap has been pretty good up here in Wigton the past few weeks, Here are some of my highlights! [caption id="attachment_9421" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="Angle Shades"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_9422" align="aligncenter"
This is the third post on a recent six day trip to the Burren in western Ireland with Wildlife Travel. Though I knew a little about the
As part of mine and Charlie's fascination (some would say obsession) with Pan-species recording I thought I would introduce you to some of the moths that I have
Last night it was week four of the Garden Moth Scheme (GMS); so I put my 128w MV skinner trap out from 1800hrs to 0600hrs and
Moths are brilliant; it is as simple as that! I started trapping moths in my garden during early autumn last year and I am well and truly hooked!
Okay, so spring is fast approaching (honestly it is) and one of the things I look forward to seeing are Ladybirds! However it seems that this is
I ran my moth-trap (for those who don't know, this is just an eggbox-filled tub with a MV lamp which attracts the moths overnight: I release them all
The one where we talk about the 'flaparazzi', twitching moths, the RSPB's welcome prosecution of gamekeeper Glenn Brown for raptor persecution, and - on a more serious note
Apropos of not very much (other than that I am a part-time mother [as in looking for and at moths] and fascinated by all things to do with