Jamestown, NY – Campfire, acoustic guitar, beverages, natural wonders….
If this sounds like a delightful evening to you, you’ll want to be at the Audubon Center & Sanctuary’s “Moths & Music” on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
The 8:30-10:30 p.m. event will begin around a campfire in Audubon’s backyard with Jamie Haight entertaining on his acoustic guitar.
As the sun sets, Haight will switch gears and put on his entomologist -- that’s a biologist who studies insects -- hat.
To learn what is making those chirping and buzzing sounds, Audubon will put up some lights and explore what insects are attracted to them. Haight will also lead a short walk around Audubon’s property to look at moths attracted by “moth mash,” a special mixture of fermenting fruit and liquid.
Jamie Haight is a Health Department Biologist. As a musician, he has played guitar and performed both as a soloist and with local bands for more than 20 years.