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Wings 36(2): Fall 2013 (Habitat)

Essays on Invertebrate Conservation

Much of Xerces’ work is focused on habitat, which is central to successful conservation efforts. When habitat disappears from our urban and rural landscapes, so too does the rich diversity of invertebrates that underpin a healthy environment.

In Memoriam: Bumble Bees, by Scott Hoffman Black

The Art and Science of Restoring Pollinator Habitat, by Eric Mader

Food Chain Restoration: Reconnecting Pollinators with Their Plants, by Gary Paul Nabhan

Providing Year-Round Habitat for California Monarchs, by Sarina Jepsen

Conservation Spotlight: The Interagency Special Status/Sensitive Species Program

Invertebrate Notes: A roundup of new books and recent research

Staff Profile: Meet Megan Faria

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