Megan White

Megan White

location-pin Minneapolis, Minnesota

School: Kent State University, 2017

Expertise: Birding, gardening, houseplant care, nature photography

Megan White

  • More than 15 years of publishing experience
  • Co-led a children's nature photography workshop for the St. Croix Environmental Association
  • Participated on the national panel on how to promote diversity and inclusivity in the publishing industry


Megan White is the senior editor of Birds & Blooms. She has over 15 years of print and digital publishing experience and a Master of Arts in Visual Communication. As the senior editor, she manages the day-to-day production tasks of Birds & Blooms by working with the editors, freelancers, and gardening and birding experts. Megan is a Minnesota River Valley Audubon Chapter member and has volunteered in numerous Audubon Bird Counts in the Midwest and US Virgin Islands. She participates in The Cornell Lab of Ornithology backyard bird survey, Project FeederWatch. Megan has also volunteered for various other nature and park programs, such as a re-foresting initiative that returned a former golf course to its natural state. She enjoys bird and nature photography, and her wildlife photos have been featured in several exhibits at the F.A. Seiberling Nature Realm in Akron, Ohio.


  • University of the Virgin Islands, bachelor of arts in business administration and marketing
  • Kent State University, master of arts in design and visual communications (with Design Abroad program in Berlin, Prague and Dublin)

Birds & Blooms Editorial Policies

For nearly 30 years, Birds & Blooms, a Trusted Media Brand, has been inspiring readers to have a lifelong love of birding, gardening and nature. We are the #1 bird and garden magazine in North America and a trusted online resource for over 15 million outdoor enthusiasts annually. Our library of thousands of informative articles and how-tos has been written by trusted journalists and fact-checked by bird and garden experts for accuracy. In addition to our staff of experienced gardeners and bird-watchers, we hire individuals who have years of education and hands-on experience with birding, bird feeding, gardening, butterflies, bugs and more. Learn more about Birds & Blooms, our field editor program, and our submission guidelines.


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