Some unseasonably mild weather graced the Mountain State today as afternoon temperatures soared to 73 degrees. Throughout the day I hoped that the combined warm weather, still winds and absence of rain would add up to a few moths being attracted to the dusk to dawn lights tonight.
So....between 6:30 and 8:00 pm, I kept a watchful eye on the various dusk to dawn lights at Dorsey's Knob Park where I both work and live. I only got three species tonight, but one of them was a lifer! Three-spotted Sallow Hodges #9935