Are you a lepster? A butterflyer? Yo soy mariposista, and we all advocate for butterflies.
Blue morphos, Black Witch moths and so much more--a butterfly trip to Huatulco Mexico results in a butterfly bonanza
Hannibal Lechter would be thrilled: the large, batlike and harmless Black Witch moth is back in South Texas.
Ever had "squish remorse"? For this butterfly evangelist, squishing hundreds of genista moth larvae on Mountain Laurels created a caterpillar quandary.
Want to win the lottery? Perhaps you should entice a Black Witch Moth to roost above your doorstep. Folk wisdom on these bat-like Moths ranges from considering them a harbinger of death to an omen of good luck and future riches.
It's National Moth Week! The night flying critters are finally getting some respect. Moth Party, anyone?
Happy Pollinators week! Don't squish that tomato hornworm--she turns into the magnificent Sphinx Moth, which pollinates various flowers, including the Agave plant.
Everyone's early this year. Wildflowers, birds, bats, butterflies and moth are all making an early appearance. Is it the wet winter or milder temperatures causing the advanced timing?