In New Zealand, People (and Moths) Rediscover Dark Skies

A massive South Island stargazing reserve is a respite from light pollution for many species, including our own.

This story originally appeared on Atlas Obscura and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

Mike Bacchus remembers the man only as “the Texan.” A few years back, the Texan, well into his seventies, was a guest at New Zealand’s Lakestone Lodge, which Bacchus and his family own. The man had made his way from Texas to the Mackenzie region of

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