What moths are in your garden?
The moth fauna of British gardens is not well studied but it is likely that 100s of species could be found in the 'average' garden.
A good field guide will be needed to identify moths, but some are readily recognisable, such as brimstone moth, mother of pearl, flame shoulder, yellow-tail, ruby tiger and blood-vein. There is also a wealth of online identification assistance such as at the UK Moths website.
To observe some of the range of moths in your garden, suspend a bright light over a white sheet on a warm night from spring to autumn.
You can also submit records of species you have seen to Butterfly Conservation's Moths Count scheme to contribute to knowledge and conservation of moth species.