Follow @xercessociety on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest updates on the Xerces Society's programs and events; relevant research by Xerces staff, partners, and other experts; and curated conservation content from around the world. All three channels also feature beautiful photography showcasing restored habitat, fascinating species, and more!
Subscribe to our YouTube channel to view a variety of videos—including Xerces staff presenting on invertebrate natural history and conducting field work—as well as links to past webinars and presentations by Xerces staff, content from our partners, and more! Some Spanish-language resources are also available.
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The Xerces Society strives to create an inclusive, informative, and empowering environment on all of our social media channels that is in line with both our organization's mission statement and our diversity, equity, and inclusion statement. We intend for our social media to provide a platform for our partners, donors, supporters, and other invertebrate enthusiasts to share knowledge and enthusiasm about invertebrates and related conservation topics. Lively, respectful debate is allowed—encouraged!—but we will not tolerate abusive uses of our platforms.
We reserve the right to delete or hide any posts or comments from visitors, and we also reserve the right to block any users from the Xerces Society's social media. These decisions will be made at the Xerces Society's discretion.
Please read our Social Media Community Standards to understand expectations for users.