Category Archives: moth

Butterflies of the night, beautifully captured.

Having a keen personal interest in macro photography, Caroline Anderson jumped at the chance to use her Volunteering Day to help reserve staff with a moth trap at Taynish National Nature Reserve. Caroline, a Unit Administrator based in our Lochgilphead … Continue reading

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Is Stirling ready for Halloween already?

No; as Athayde Tonhasca explains, these eerie-looking bushes in the Wickes car park are covered by webs produced by hundreds or perhaps thousands of caterpillars of small ermine moths. We tend to associate silk webs with spiders, but in fact … Continue reading

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