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ANNOUNCING THE RELEASE OF ATTRACTING NATIVE POLLINATORS
The Xerces Society will turn 40 this year!       
We'll be celebrating our official birthday later in the year, but we can't think of a much better way to start such a significant year than with the release of an
important new book, Attracting Native Pollinators: Protecting North America's Bees and Butterflies.
The work of bees and other pollinators is something that touches us all through the food we eat, the clothes we wear, and the landscapes we enjoy. Attracting Native Pollinators offers a window onto the fascinating lives of these insects and provides detailed information about how you can care for these
vital animals wherever you live. Whether you are an urban gardener, a suburban park manager, a working farmer, or caring for a nature reserve Attracting Native Pollinators has something for you.

The book has already garnered high praise:

"Attracting Native Pollinators belongs on the bookshelf of everyone who values the future of the natural world." 
     - Douglas W. Tallamy, researcher and author  
       of Bringing Nature Home

"Precise, elegant and thoughtful, the recommendations offered by the Xerces Society will become essential to advancing a healthy and diverse food production system."
     - Gary Nabhan, author of The Forgotten 
       Pollinators and Renewing America's Food 
       Traditions

More than 380 pages long, Attracting Native Pollinators is illustrated throughout with hundreds of color photographs and dozens of custom-drawn illustrations. It is published by Storey Publishing of North Adams, Mass. and coauthored by four Xerces staff (Eric Mader, Matthew Shepherd, Mace Vaughan, and Scott Hoffman Black) with Gretchen LeBuhn, a botanist at San Francisco State University and director of The Great Sunflower Project.

Pre-order your book from our website by January 31st to get a discount - www.xerces.org.
OUR MISSION
The Xerces Society is a nonprofit organization that protects wildlife through the conservation of invertebrates and their habitat. Established in 1971, the Society is at the forefront of invertebrate protection worldwide, harnessing the knowledge of scientists and the enthusiasm of citizens to implement conservation programs.

To learn more about our work, please visit www.xerces.org.
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• innovative conservation programs
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As a member, you will receive two issues of our member magazine Wings each year. Wings is a full color magazine that highlights essays on invertebrate conservation. For more information on membership please visit the membership page on our website.
MEMBER RENEWAL
Our website allows Xerces Members to renew their membership online. If you are not sure when your membership expires, email suzanne@xerces.org or call the office at 503-232-6639. 
PUBLICATIONS
Please visit our online store for books and publications on invertebrate conservation, including popular titles such as:
Managing Alternative Pollinators
Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America
The Forgotten Pollinators
PHOTO CREDIT
Prairie coneflower (Ratibida) by Rufas Issacs.
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