Titan Sphinx Moth

Aellopos titan

Can it be—a moth that flies in the day?

This surprising creature is often mistaken for a butterfly, bumblebee, or even a hummingbird as it sips nectar from the park’s most delicate flowers.

Give one to someone who tries to blend in but deserves to stand out. Show them you see them—even if it hasn’t been in person for a while

Where to spot them on the High Line

Look twice at frequent flyers visiting sugar shack buttonbush plants on the Hudson River Overlook, at 14th Street.


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