It’s time to get ready for National Moth Week, which is coming up July 20-28, 2019.
Moths’ vital role as nature’s often unheralded nighttime pollinators will be spotlighted during the 8th Annual National Moth Week, July 20-28, 2019.
National Moth Week (NMW) invites moth enthusiasts – a.k.a. “moth-ers” – of all ages and abilities to participate in this worldwide citizen science project that literally shines a light on moths, their beauty, ecological diversity and critical role in the natural world.
Free online registration is open to individuals, groups, schools, parks, museums, nature centers and other organizations. Events are posted on the NMW events map. This year’s registration form enables events before and after NMW to be included.
Participants are invited to contribute their moth photos and observations to NMW partner websites, as well as the NMW Flickr group. This year, iNaturalist.org, a site for sharing observations and identifications in the natural world, will feature a page for NMW.
To learn more about National Moth Week, visit nationalmothweek.org, or write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Check out the NMW children’s activity page, including a free moth coloring book to download.
- Read a book from our growing list of children’s books about butterflies and moths.
Do you know if there any Moth Week events in the UK?
Oh yes, it is worldwide. Next year check the events map page on the website. http://nationalmothweek.org/events-map-2-2/