Wings Magazine & Newsletter


Wings: Essays on Invertebrate Conservation is published twice per year in the spring and fall. Each issue features spectacular photos by leading photographers and articles by well-respected scientists and conservationists. Join Xerces today to receive a copy of the latest issue!

This issue can be downloaded for free as a single PDF file, click here to view. Please visit our Wings archive for a list of past issues.

Contents of the Spring 2017 issue:

What happens on farmland affects the health of wildlife, and changing how agricultural lands are managed can have a broad and profound influence on populations of bees, butterflies, and a host of other animals.

Conservation Built on a Scientific Foundation, by Scott Hoffman Black. Page 3.

Small Farms, Big Impact: Pollinator Habitat in the Midwest, by Sarah Foltz Jordan. Page 5.

Re-Flowering the Valley, by Scott Hoffman Black. Page 10.

Post-Brexit Britain Grapples with the EU Moratorium on Neonicotinoids, by Dave Goulson. Page 16.

Conservation Spotlight Julie Serences has been a strong advocate for pollinators and habitat. Page 22.

Invertebrate Notes A roundup of new books and recent research. Page 23.

Staff Profile Meet Sarah Foltz Jordan, our pollinator conservation specialist for the Great Lakes region.Page 25.

Xerces News: Updates on Xerces Society projects and successes. Page 26.

 

Newsletter

2017-newsl-thumbAn update is published twice yearly and includes updates on Xerces Society projects and highlights current conservation efforts.

The latest update can be downloaded for free as a single PDF file, click here to view.