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Magnificent Moth Party
In celebration of National Moth Week

Wednesday, July 23
8:00-10:00 PM
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

If you think butterflies are great...
...You'll think moths are magnificent!

  • Moths outnumber butterflies, their nearest relative, by more than 10 to 1
  • There are more than 11,000 species of moths in the U.S. alone
  • Many moths mimic other animals
  • A male moth can sense a female moth at a distance of more than 7 miles
  • Moths are important pollinators and also provide food for many animals.
  • In some parts of the world, moths are a major food source for people, too.

Join us for an evening exploring the grounds of the Museum in search of moths and other nocturnal animals.

Members $6; non-members $8; students $4 with valid school ID.
For more information call 805-682-4711 ext. 170 or email rskinner@sbnature2.org

Dessert refreshments will be provided. Wear sturdy, flat shoes and bring a flashlight and blanket or chair if you wish to sit. This quiet, late evening event is not appropriate for young children. No dogs allowed.

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