With 110,000 species of moths worldwide, approximately 3,200 in the Garden State, one can be kept pretty entertained during sleepless nights attracting, keying, and trying to get a peek into their secret lives. Blaine Rothauser will discuss moth biology with an emphasis on NJ’s ecology and share a stunning array of images he has taken in a multitude of varied landscapes throughout New Jersey.
This event takes place in our Education Classrooms.
Free and open to the public, we do request registering at #908-892-7229.
This program is hosted by the Rahway River Watershed Association in partnership with the Essex County Turtle Back Zoo.
Learn more about RRWA at rahwayriver.org