Nature Moncton - June Meeting The World of New Brunswick Moths

June is that time of year when many of the beautiful creatures
of the night, particularly moths, get their seasonal missions

We have hundreds of moth species resident to New Brunswick.
Some may be small and drab, but many are strikingly beautiful,
both large (very) and small. And moths are extremely
important pollinators for many of our plant community.

When it comes to identifying moths, Jim Edsall is one of the top
experts and Jim will join us on Tuesday, June 21, to share with
us how to attract these creatures of the night to our yards,
where to find them away from our yards, and some helpful
ways to identify them.

This presentation will take place at the Rotary Pavilion of
Mapleton Park but will be live streamed virtually as well for
those who cannot participate in person.
Let’s all go on the night shift to fly with the moths!

The link to join virtually will be Join our Cloud HD Video Meeting

All are welcome, Nature Moncton member or not.

Nature Moncton

Event Information

Event Date 21 June, 2022 7:00 pm
Location Mapleton Rotary Pavilion
Categories Meetings
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