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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.

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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!


Our current featured members are Chris Burnside and Karl Green of Richmond, Virginia. Dedicated Xerces donors since 2014, Chris and Karl have transformed their grassy lawn into a pollinator oasis that includes more than 100 native plant species. Passionate about educating and supporting their community they give scheduled tours of their garden, distribute native seedlings, and built a Little Library House that features free books and brochures on native gardening. Beyond their demonstration garden, Chris and Karl step-up to address global challenges by giving talks on what people can do to mitigate climate change and advocating against large scale polluters such as the fashion industry. They are doing their part to help spread the word, and all of us at Xerces are grateful to have them as a part of our community.

Wings Magazine

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

Xerces Update

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


Xerces Gift Center

Items available as a thank-you gift for your tax-deductible donation include Xerces books and our popular Pollinator Habitat sign.

We're Here to Help

Donation Inquiries

(855) 232-6639, ext. 2

[email protected]


Donations and membership renewals may be mailed to:

P.O. Box 97387

Washington, DC 20090-7387


Tax ID Number 51-0175253




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