8:00 pm. This event will be held near Lake Ariel in Wayne County. Since this will be at a private residence, you will receive directions to the site after you register for the event.
Join us a week before Mother’s Day for a night of studying the jewels of the moth world! We will attract moths to give everyone an opportunity to see and photograph (if desired) the amazing diversity of these creatures of the night.
Sunset is around 8:00 pm. We recommend that you arrive at the site between 7:45 and 8:00 so you can get in while there is still daylight.
Feel free to bring lawn chairs so you can relax in between times you go to view the moths attracted to the lights. You should also bring a flashlight and a camera (cell phone cameras are just fine).
Typically, small moths begin to arrive during the first thirty to forty-five minutes after sunset. Then larger ones begin to arrive.
Some people like to touch the moths, and that is fine, but if you are wearing insect repellant, be sure to wash it off your hands first.
You can leave at any time. If plenty of moths show up, we will probably be there until about 11:00.
All ages welcome. For more details, contact David Trently at 570-909-8052 or firstname.lastname@example.org.