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The Xerces Society is a science-based conservation organization that promotes pollinator health, endangered species conservation, and pesticide-free habitat.

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The Xerces Society is a 501 (c)3 non-profit. Your gifts are tax-deductible.

Celebrating Xerces Members

Member Spotlight

Members of the Xerces Society not only provide financial support, but also lend their unique personalities, interests, and efforts to our community, and to the cause of invertebrate conservation. From cultivating home pollinator gardens, to giving talks in their communities, to sharing their enthusiasm for invertebrates through photography, to simply being the wonderful people they are, they⁠—you⁠—are making a difference!

Alley Yerger of Scottsdale, Arizona, is a Xerces member working to engage her local community in pollinator protection. Alley has been working with the nonprofit Scottsdale Leadership to revitalize Pride Park, a neighborhood pocket park. In a genuine community effort, Alley reported that they collaborated with another organization called Keep Scottsdale Beautiful to design and install the park, with pollinator habitat as a front and central theme. They aim to “enhance the quality of life for neighborhood residents while attracting pollinators like butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds.” 

The beautiful new park boasts six new trees and over 60 new pollinator-friendly plants suited for the desert landscape. Some of these plants include desert milkweed (Asclepias subulata), prickly pear (Opuntia spp.), desert marigold (Baileya multiradiata), and scarlet sage (Salvia coccinea). Xerces was happy to donate both English and Spanish pollinator habitat signs to be displayed in the park's “pollinator palaces.” Local artist Laura Thurbon was recruited to add a pollinator theme mural at the park. Together, these community members have succeeded in creating an urban oasis that will be an asset for the neighborhood and all of its inhabitants for years to come.


Take a look through the beauty and conservation efforts of some of our wonderful members!

Past Member Spotlights

Wings Magazine

Members receive a hard copy of our biannual publication Wings: Essays on Invertebrate Conservation.


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Xerces Update

Recent donors will receive our twice-annual mailed newsletter, Xerces Update.


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Xerces Gift Center

Xerces books and our popular Pollinator Habitat sign are available for a donation through our online Gift Center. 


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(855) 232-6639, ext. 2

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Donations and membership renewals may be mailed to:

The Xerces Society
P.O. Box 97387
Washington, DC 20090-7387

Tax ID Number 51-0175253


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