Discovering Moths: Nightime Jewels in Your Own Backyard
In lively, accessible prose, he explains the intricacy of moths' life cycle, their importance in nature, and how just a tiny handful of the many moth species are truly pests to humans. He tells how to attract moths with lights and bait, when and where to observe them, and how best to photograph these tiny subjects. Entertaining personal anecdotes and short profiles of some of the country's foremost mothers add human interest.
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Himmelman's unique, conversational style is wonderful. A great book by a self-taught moth-maniac. You don't have to be a New Englander to find this book entertaining and a useful reference. Read full review