As the East Anglian regional representative for Moth Night 2019, I am pleased to invite fellow moth enthusiasts to Bawdsey Hall, on the night of Saturday 28th September. It is the twentieth anniversary of Moth Night (formerly National Moth Night).
Bawdsey Hall is hosting an event and all interested recorders are invited. I would appreciate as much support as possible, especially as Bawdsey Hall and I personally have put a lot of effort into this night and recording throughout the year.
This year the theme is Clifden Nonpareil and migrant moths. A Clifden Nonpareil was taken at light here last night (16 September) but I can’t promise any on the night! However, Bawdsey is a good site for migrants and hopefully a good selection will be trapped.
The evening will start at 7pm with a tour of the grounds followed by deployment of moth traps. Please let me know how many traps you will be bringing?
If people let me know in advance then we can better plan for refreshments. In previous years last minute arrangements have meant this has been tricky to organise.
Only supporters of the event will be entitled to view future rare moths trapped at the Hall.
Matthew – firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone 07912 859747