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— Bryan

7767-Hyalophora-cecropia-(Cecropia-Moth)

Got wildlife? Find the light. I present here a mere fraction of the moths visiting my UV light here in Montpelier, Vermont, the past few nights — just a short walk from downtown. (Click any image to start the slide show.)

By the way, I’ll be running photo workshops starting this fall to help folks capture images from nature like these. My seminars fill instantly. To learn about them early, sign up for my occasional e-newsletter called Natural Selections. Thanks!

4 comments
  1. Absolutely beautiful. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Judy Brook says:

    Magnificent moths and photographs! Thank you Bryan for the great photography course. Since taking it my photos have jumped several magnitudes in “professionalism”. I’ll never again set on “automatic”.

  3. Kent McFarland says:

    Thanks for adding all your sightings to iNaturalist Vermont, a project of the Vermont Atlas of Life! Together, we are all discovering some great moths across the state! Anyone can contribute at http://www.inaturalist.org/projects/vermont-atlas-of-life

  4. John Snell says:

    Moth magic!! These are gorgeous. Thanks for posting them.

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