Registered recorders only: Click here to view a map of the recorded sites for Moth Night 2013.
Moth Night announces the theme for 2014... Woodland Moths.
Woodlands are constantly in the news with respect to the recent introduction of fungal diseases like Chalara or ash dieback caused by Chalara fraxinea and sudden oak death by Phytophthora ramorum. These diseases along with other issues, for example the lack of woodland management, increase the pressure on our already threatened woodland moths. Moth Night 2014 will help to raise awareness of how important our woodlands are for British moths.
Why not plan your Moth Night 2014 public event in your local woodland and advertise your event within this website. We are ready to receive and promote details of your public event for Moth Night 2014. Simply follow the link under "public events" on the right-hand side of this page.
Further details will appear on this website in due course...
In association with the Biological Records Centre at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, we have designed an easy-to-use Indicia-based online recording system available from the first day of the event until the deadline for data entry on Sunday, 30 November 2014.
The full findings of each event are published in the journal Atropos.
Prizes donated by Atropos Books, Anglian Lepidopterist Supplies, National Moth Week, Robert Thompson and the Royal Photographic Society.
Last updated: 2 December 2013
Moth Night 2014
3 - 5 July 2014
Theme: Woodland moths
Moth Night 2015
10 - 12 September 2015