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!

This issue can be downloaded for free as a single PDF file, click here to view. Please visit our Wings archive for a list of past issues.

Contents of the Fall 2016 issue:

This issue of Wings presents a series of articles by Xerces staff members describing some of the work we do, from local efforts to those that are international in scope.

Dispatches From the Field, by Scott Hoffman Black. Page 3.

Conserving Pollinators on Farmland, by Scott Hoffman Black. Page 4.

On Being and Invertebrate Conservation Detective, by Candace Fallon. Page 8.

Ecosystems at Our Doorsteps: Protecting Urban Pollinators, by Aimee Code. Page 12.

Protecting Bumble Bees Across the Americas, by Rich Hatfield. Page 15.

Monarchs in Nevada?, by Emma Pelton. Page 18.

Conservation Spotlight Dr. Cheryl Schultz works to increase our understanding of rare butterflies. Page 22.

Invertebrate Notes A roundup of new books and recent research. Page 24.

Xerces News: Updates on Xerces Society projects and successes. Page 27.

 

Newsletter

sept-2016-newsl-thumbAn update is published twice yearly and includes updates on Xerces Society projects and highlights current conservation efforts.

The latest update can be downloaded for free as a single PDF file, click here to view.