THE NEW YORK ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY, INC.
Incorporating The Brooklyn Entomological Society
MOTH NIGHT for INTERNATIONAL MOTH WEEK
at PLEASANT VILLAGE COMMUNITY GARDEN!
July 29, 2017 (Saturday), 7:30 p.m. until the moths arrive (10:30ish)
342 Pleasant Avenue, between 118th & 119th Streets,
1 block E of First Ave., East Harlem, NYC, NY 10035
Moths are among the most diverse and successful organisms on Earth.
There are an estimated 150,000 to 500,000 moth species.
Their colors and patterns are either dazzling or cryptic.
Moths can be as small as a pinhead or as large as your hand.
Most moths are nocturnal, but some fly in daylight like butterflies.
At 7:30, a short lecture on moths
At dusk, we will attract garden moths with a special light
Bring your camera!
Help identify the moths!
Record what NYC and its gardens have to offer!
Be a Citizen Scientist!
FREE! OPEN TO ALL! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: This is a stock image of a butterfly.