A two-year campagne aimed at encouraging people to observe day-flying moths and send in their sightings has now ended. The participating organisations including the Dutch Butterfly Conservation are pleased with the results. They have received many forms with sightings of eight selected moth species and these are now being processed as part of a long-term moth research. The campagne has resulted in a greater knowledge of the distribution and habitat demands of the eight moth species. The campagne focused on eight distinct, relatively common species of day-flying moth which are easy to identify. So far 5300 sightings have been recorded, which include both the adult moths as the larvae. The largest number of sightings were of the Silver V (Autographa gamma) and The Cinnabar (Tyria jacobaeae). The Magpie (Abraxas grossulariata) was the least observed species. The observations received in this project have contributed valuable information about the distribution of the eight moth species.