The Western Sheep moth (Hemileuca Eglanterina) is a beautiful moth in the Saturniidae family. They have a beautiful color of yellow-orange, cream, and pink with black markings. The upper side of their wing is yellow-orange to orange with black markings. The Western Sheep moth has a wingspan of about 2-4 inches. You can usually see adult Western Sheep moths in the early morning, and they usually mate in the late mornings. Their primary habitat is pine, redwood forests, and oak woodlands. Adult Western Sheep moths do not feed.