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 St. Croix Environmental Association
  • Participated on national panel on how to promote diversity and inclusivity in the publishing industy


Megan is the senior editor of Birds & Blooms and has over 15 years of publishing experience. She is a member of the Minnesota River Valley Audubon Chapter and enjoys volunteering in various birding and wildlife initiatives.


  • University of the Virgin Islands, Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration and Marketing
  • Kent State University, Master of Arts in Visual Communication Design (with Design Abroad program in Berlin, Prague and Dublin)

Birds and Blooms Editorial Policies

For almost three decades, Birds & Blooms has been inspiring outdoor enthusiasts 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 anyone who enjoys the beauty in their backyard and beyond. In addition to our staff of experienced gardeners and bird-watchers, we hire individuals who have years of education and hands-on experience with birds, bird feeding, gardening, butterflies, bugs and more. Our content is written by trusted journalists and fact-checked by bird and garden pros for accuracy.


Grackle vs Starling: How to Tell the Difference

These common black colored birds with shiny feathers are easily confused! Learn the key differences between a grackle vs a starling.

Common Redpoll vs House Finch: ID Challenge

These red-crowned finches can be difficult to tell apart. Learn key traits to spot the differences between a common redpoll vs a house finch.