Category Archive: Moths

Camp Hog Island 6/16/14

Last week, I attended the┬áNational Audubon Society’s Camp Hog Island a second time. On the first day, we did a “shakedown cruise” in the boat around some of the areas close to Hog… Continue reading

Slickrock Creek 4/20/14

This morning, my family and I went on a walk led by two naturalists at the Snowbird Mountain Lodge in North Carolina while we are away for Easter break. The walk took place… Continue reading

Sewanee Field Adventure Part 8: Wrappin’ It Up at the King’s Farm

On the last two days of camp, Thursday and Friday (7/11/13 and 7/12/13), the group went to an area of campus called the King’s Farm for its past use as a farm. The… Continue reading

Angola, Indiana 8/10/12-8/14/12

I spent about 4 days in Indiana visiting my grandparents just before school started in August. I did not specifically go birding at all, but I did still see some cool birds, flowers,… Continue reading

National Moth Week

July 23-29 is the first ever National Moth Week in which people from all over the world have moth nights and record the species seen. The way to attract moths is to set… Continue reading

ABA Camp Colorado Part 5-The Final Day and Camp Wrap-up

The last and final day of camp was not a full day of birding but rather a morning of looking for American Dippers and Dicksissels. On the way to the airport, we visited… Continue reading

Hog Island Adventure Part 4-Fun with Banding

The morning of the 27th I woke up early again for the 5:45 AM bird banding session with one of the staff, Sara Morris. There was a nice surprise on the railing at… Continue reading