Wings Magazine & Newsletter

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!

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Contents of the Fall 2017 issue:

Conservation is sometimes seen as taking place in a distant wilderness or requiring a lot of time. In this issue of Wings we look at conservation in urban areas and how you can take action in your own neighborhood to make a difference.

Addressing Conservation in Urban Areas, by Scott Hoffman Black. Page 3.

How Our Gardening Choices Affect the Health of Our Waterways, by Aimee Code. Page 5.

Bringing Conservation Home, by Justin Wheeler. Page 11.

Life in the Suburbs, by Matthew Shepherd. Page 15.

Conservation Spotlight. Soleil Gaylord has been an advocate for conservation since grade school. Page 22.

Invertebrate Notes. A roundup of new books and recent research. Page 23.

Staff Profile. Meet Alex Charlap, the assistant to Xerces’ executive director. Page 25.

Xerces News. Updates on Xerces Society projects and successes. Page 26.



update thumbnailAn update is published twice yearly and includes updates on Xerces Society projects and highlights current conservation efforts.

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