In a Surprising Scientific Find, Enormous Crab Kills Booby on Camera, November 2017
What’s at Stake: Training a Generation of Scientists, September 2017
Mallards Are Everywhere, and That’s Great for Wetlands, March 2017
By Pitching In Around the Nest, Plover Dads Adapt to Warmer Temperatures, December 2016
Why Do Some Seabirds Eat So Much Plastic? They Like the Smell, November 2016

Hakai Magazine
In a Changing Climate, Conservative Elephant Seals Suffer, September 2017
Saving the Silverspot [feature], February 2017
Caller ID for Dolphins, February 2017
Pilot Whales Join the Babysitters’ Club, November 2016
Going Hog Wild in the Marsh, June 2016
The Secret Lives of Coastal Frogs, October 2015
The Return of the San Francisco River Otter, August 2015
Life on the Surface, June 2015

Living Bird
What’s in a Name? How Genome Mapping Can Make It Harder to Tell Species Apart [feature], September 2017
House Finch Eye Disease: Outbreak, Then Understanding
[feature], January 2017

Can Snowshoe Hares Adapt to Climate Change?, August 2017
What Makes a Caribou Anxious?
, July 2017
Bad Dog, May 2017
Say Hi to the Beavers of the Tundra, April 2017

Carbon Tax Initiative Fails in Washington State, November 2016
Aquatic Plants May Accelerate Arctic Methane Emissions, September 2016
The 2015 Indonesian Fires: Less Carbon Release Than Was Thought, June 2016
Algae Blooms and Gas Wells Drive Lake Erie Methane Emissions, March 2016
Ships Bring More Than Cargo to Arctic Waters, December 2015

The Tree that Ate the West [feature], August 2016

Why Degraded Reefs Could Be the Future of Ocean Conservation, July 2016

SciShow (selected)

5 of the World’s Most Bizarre Seeds, March 2017
6 Organisms That Cheat the System, February 2017
How Do Insects Survive the Winter?, November 2016
Tiny Extremophiles Living in Rocks!, September 2016
Silicon-Based Life: Could Living Rocks Exist?, August 2016


Brewing for Beasts: Beer Companies Raise Money for Conservation Organizations, April 2017

Bird Watcher’s Digest

The Bird Festival with Souvenir Onions, March/April 2016

Earth Island Journal

Scarlet Macaws Fly Free Again in Mexico’s Wilds, October 2015
Galapagos Tortoises Thrive on Invasive Plants, Earth Island Journal, May 2015

EARTH Magazine

Social Trends and Shifting Climates Had Complex Effects in Medieval Italy, June 2016

Earth Touch News
High Country News

At Hart Mountain, the Land Came Back, April 2015


The Sad Story of Booming Ben, Last of the Heath Hens, March 2016

Northern Woodlands Magazine