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RSPB Moth ID Morning

  • Where:
    Newport Wetlands National Nature Reserve, RSPB Newport Wetlands, West Nash Road, Nash, Newport NP18 2BZ, Newport, NP18 2BZ
  • When:
    16 June
    9:00am to 11:00am
  • How much:
    RSPB members £4.40 and non members £5.50
  • Contact:
    01633 636363
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Come along for the big reveal when we open up the moth trap and see what we caught overnight from different parts of the reserve. Find out more about the mysteries of the moths and how they have got such weird and wonderful names. There are groups of moths called carpets, kittens, pugs, tigers, hawks, footmen, quakers, daggers and darts. These describe some of the common characteristics of each group, such as the intricate patterns of the carpets or the plain appearance of the quakers.

Contact RSPB Newport Wetlands Visitor Centre for more details.

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