A bold attempt to save wild ocelots from extinctionScientific American. September 4, 2023.

From overworked land to wildlife sanctuary: Ted Turner’s Vermejo Ranch strives for sustainability. Earth Touch News Network. February 17, 2022.

Pitching in for pronghorn: Private landowners extend a helping hand to American antelope. Earth Touch News. Network. February 7, 2022.

High hopes at the Santa Fe Raptor Center. Santa Fean. June/July 2021 (Print and online editions)

Better than streaming: BirdingSanta Fean. February/March 2021.

Big horns, Big Viewing. Santa Fean. December 16, 2020.

Tarantulas’ winter “digs.” Santa Fean. October 31, 2020.

Can saving jaguars sustain local economies? Ensia. July 3, 2019. (Republished from The Revelator.)

Wildlife habitat generation champions hope to build a jaguar-based restoration economy in southern Arizona. Revitalization. July 1, 2019 (Republished from The Revelator.)

Can saving jaguars sustain local economies? Earth Touch News. June 20, 2019. (Republished from The Revelator.)

Can saving jaguars sustain local economies? The Revelator. June 18, 2019.

Salmon slime helps scientists count migrating fishScientific American. May 2019 (online and print).

Jaguars thrive in lightly logged forests.  Scientific American. June 19, 2018 (online). August 2018 (print).

Bird, InterruptedScientific American. April 2018.

Lobos in limbo:  The halting recovery of the Mexican wolf.  Earth Touch News. February 7, 2018. (This article won a 2019 Genesis Award from the Humane Society of the United States for Outstanding Online reporting and creative portrayal of animal protection issues.)

Wildlife in the borderlands:  Isolated ocelots face a new danger. Earth Touch News. November 27, 2017.

The right place to roostThe Observer.  April 2017.

How the lure of frankincense puts Arabian leopards in danger. Earth Touch News. December 24, 2016.

Can three young cubs bring Persian leopards back to Russia’s wilderness? Earth Touch News.  July 20, 2016.

Whistling “super-cows” could help save Colombia’s jaguars.  Earth Touch News. August 13, 2015.

The forest lion of Gabon.Pacific Standard.  April 16, 2015.

Why they stray:  The evolutionary advantages of infidelity.Pacific Standard.  November 5, 2014.

Invasive species on the menu in New OrleansEarth Touch News. September 17, 2014.

Biodiversity detectives solve mysteries with environmental DNAEnsia. August 4, 2014.

Biodiversity detectives solve mysteries with environmental DNA. Earth Touch News. August 13, 2014.

Tiger populations are dwindling because of poaching and habitat destruction. The Washington Post.  July 8, 2014.

Sex in the grass:  What a noisy little bird tells us about fidelity. Earth Touch News.  July 3, 2014.

Southern Discomfort:  A local species faces global challengesThe Observer of Clarke County, The Observer of Jefferson County. July 2014.

With a World Cup debut looming, a rare cheetah’s plight is in for some global attention.  Earth Touch News.  April 12, 2014.

In Iran, the Persian leopard’s last standEarth Touch News.  March 18, 2014.

The little turtle and the big blue sea. The Observer of Jefferson County. September 2013.

Spring frog song fading? Blue Ridge Press, March 8, 2013 – April 5, 2013 appeared in numerous newspapers across the U.S. including:

  1. Spring frog song fading? Ames Tribune.  March 29, 2013.
  2. Spring frog song fading?  Living Green Magazine.  April 5, 2013.
  3. Jeepers creepers! Frogs are canaries in a coal mine.  The Hook (Charlottesville VA).  March 28, 2013.
  4. Amphibians: canaries in the coal mine. The Westchester Guardian (New Rochelle NY).  April 4, 2013.
  5. Amphibians:  Canaries in the coal mine. The Yonkers Tribune. March 27, 2013.
  6. It’s deadly being green. Adirondack Daily Enterprise.  March 8, 2013.
  7. It’s deadly being green.  The Observer of Clarke CountyMarch 2013.  p. 18.