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Wings Magazine

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!

Current and past issues are available below as a free PDF download. Select articles may also be read online.

The Spring 2010 issue of Wings Magazine includes articles on sea anemones, butterfly monitoring, katydids, and more.
Our Fall 2009 issue of Wings Magazine looks at conservation efforts targeted at other species that also benefit invertebrates in the same ecosystems.
The Spring 2009 issue of Wings Magazine includes articles on ephemeral water holes, photographing butterflies, deep-sea corals, and more.
Our Fall 2008 issue of Wings Magazine includes articles on grasshoppers, freshwater mussels, pollinator conservation, and more.
The Spring 2008 issue of Wings Magazine is devoted to invertebrates found in urban settings and their conservation.
Our Fall 2007 issue of Wings Magazine examines the impact of global warming on invertebrates across diverse ecosystems.