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Blogs

io9/Animals. March 2014-December 2014.
The Thoughtful Animal, Scientific American Blog Network. July 2011-May 2014.
The Thoughtful Animal, Scienceblogs. March 2010-July 2011.

Scientific American

Bison “Vote” on the Direction They’d Like the Herd to Move. January 2016.
Baby Whales Pecked to Death by Gulls. December 2015. (podcast)
Howler Monkeys Trade Testicles for Decibels. November 2015. (podcast)
Over-the-Counter Monkey Meds. November 2015.
Does Your Dog Love You? Special Edition: Dogs & Cats.
Bird Cries Wolf to Deceive Predator 40 Times its Size. September 2015.
Dolphins “Shout” To Be Heard Over Boat Noise. August 2015.
From Babbling Bats to Baby Talk. June 2015.
First Ever In-Home Toilets Spotted For Ants. May 2015.
Why Flowers Wear Shades. April 2015.
Clever Bird Uses Nature as its Breadbox. March 2015.
Cry ‘Havoc’ and Let Slip the Bees of War! February 2015.
A Q&A with a Ranger on the Front Line of the War with Rhino Poachers. January 21, 2015.
Crying Baby Mammals All Sound the Same to Mama. December 2014.
Birds Heading South for the Winter Get Conflicting Directions. November 2014.
Know the Jargon: Human Shield Effect. October 2014.
Western Scrub Jays Are Capable of Meta-Cognition. September 2014.
Killing Big Animals Allows Rodents (And Their Fleas) To Flourish. August 2014.
Squawking Birds Give Away Their Nest Sizes.
City Bees Are Building Their Nests with Plastic Trash. June 2014.
Bucks Groan Loud and Fast to Get The Girl. May 2014.
Where Farmers and Birds Agree. April 2014.
Thought Control. March 2014.
Living Claw to Mouth. February 2014.
Making Dolfriends. January 2014.
Play Nice. December 2013.
A Feathered Innovator. January 2013.
Of Flashmobs and Four Loko. November 2011.
Digitizing Jane Goodall’s Legacy at Duke. March 2011.
Impact of the Japan earthquake and tsunami on animals and environment. March 2011.
Turkey Talk: The Social Cognition of Your Thanksgiving Dinner. November 2010.
Man’s New Best Friend? A Forgotten Russian Experiment in Fox Domestication. September 2010.

Los Angeles Magazine

BBC Future: Uniquely Human/Body Matters

Why Do We Get Pins and Needles? November 16, 2015.
Why Does Ice Cream Freeze Our Brains? September 16, 2015.
Why Does it Hurt So Much to Hit Your Funny Bone? August 28, 2015.
What Our Perspiration Reveals About Us. August 4, 2015.
The Curious Truth About Belly Button Fluff. July 10, 2015.
Why Looking at the Light Makes Us Sneeze. June 24, 2015.
The Myth of Being Double-Jointed. June 2, 2015.
The Truth About Extra Nipples. May 12, 2015.
Why Do We Get Sleep in Our Eyes? April 29, 2015.
Why Do We Pick Our Noses? February 2, 2015.
Evolution: Why Do We Have Lips? January 14, 2015.
Evolution: Why Are Most Of Us Right Handed?” December 15, 2014.
Evolution: Why Do Your Eyes Face Forwards? October 13, 2014.
Evolution: Why Don’t We Have Hairier Faces? September 26, 2014.
Why animals can’t resist touchscreen technology. September 4, 2014.
How animals deal with infection.. August 7, 2014.
The weird and wonderful art of animals. July 23, 2014.
The alien brains living on Earth. June 27, 2014.
Do animals have sex for fun? June 13, 2014.
Do animals like drugs and alcohol? May 28, 2014.
The quest to save the Hollywood bison. May 15, 2014.
What do animals dream about? April 25, 2014.
How human culture influences our genetics. April 10, 2014.
Can you die of a broken heart? March 31, 2014.
Why do animals adopt? March 12, 2014.
Can humans throw better than animals?. February 25, 2014.
How being watched changes you – without you knowing. February 10, 2014.
The puppet show that reveals how you read minds. January 20, 2014.
How we can tell an accident from purposeful actions. December 9, 2013.
Can this sneaky chimp read minds? November 25, 2013.
Why do humans hate poo so much? November 11, 2013.
Get a whiff of this: The bats that mix nature’s grossest perfume. November 4, 2013.
The touching moments we all need. October 14, 2013.
The wilder side of sex. February 22, 2013.
Do animals have imagination? February 7, 2013.
What are friends really for? January 24, 2013.
Why do animals like to play? January 9, 2013.
Why animals also seek teenage kicks. December 12, 2012.
Animals that can count. November 28, 2012.
Election day, animal style: How democracy works in nature. November 14, 2012.
Lords of the dance: Are humans the only species that enjoy dancing? October 30, 2012
Is language unique to humans? October 17, 2012.
Pay attention… time for lessons at animal school. October 5, 2012.
Death rituals in the animal kingdom. September 19, 2012.

Conservation Magazine

Winners of the snake Olympics can inspire better robots. December 30, 2015.
New MERS vaccine protects camels. Can it help humans? December 23, 2015.
US carnivore hunting policies are scientifically lacking. December 18, 2015.
To encourage mating, let pandas be picky. December 16, 2015.
Spotted owls are declining thanks to an owl interloper. December 11, 2015.
Rainbow cat collars could save lizards and birds. December 9, 2015.
Migratory birds are woefully underprotected. December 4, 2015.
Can global tourism ever be sustainable? December 2, 2015.
Humpbacks’ Southern Pacific migration routes revealed. November 27, 2015.
How eBay helps non-native species invade new lands. November 25, 2015.
Extinction is more likely on the edge. November 18, 2015.
Plastics are invading your salt shakers. November 13, 2015.
Can Europe afford to monitor its farmland? November 11, 2015.
What do lion-friendly landscapes look like? November 6, 2015.
Oil impaired gulf dolphins’ ability to deliver healthy calves. November 4, 2015.
Trapped in a chimney, Vaux’s Swifts reveal their secrets. October 30, 2015.
When predators become prey. October 28, 2015.
What if we banned trophy hunting in Africa? October 23, 2015.
To save orangutans, save their food. October 21, 2015.
Studying primate behavior to avoid primate extinction. October 16, 2015.
The low-hanging fruit of marine conservation. October 14, 2015.
Could predator adaptation be a bad thing? October 9, 2015.
Can owls and loggers coexist?. October 7, 2015.
Restored beaches are a boon for young salmon. October 2, 2015.
A radar blast a day… keeps the birds away? September 30, 2015.
Overwintering birds finally get their time in the spotlight. September 25, 2015.
At feeders, birds eat tasty seeds with a side of eye disease. September 23, 2015.
Farms are losing biodiversity, too. September 18, 2015.
Expanding UNESCO’s role in biodiversity conservation. September 16, 2015.
Polar bears might avoid extinction by hunting land animals. September 11, 2015.
Conserving America’s dark skies. September 9, 2015.
Attention lizards of the future: lay your eggs in shade. September 4, 2015.
To really understand food webs, consider humans. September 2, 2015.
Faced with Bad Weather, Female Seabirds Keep Fishing. August 28, 2015.
Spying on Terrestrial Politics from Space. August 26, 2015.
What Made Humans into Global Superpredators? August 21, 2015.
Climate Change Brings Europe More Boars. August 19, 2015.
Reconstructing Wildlife Declines in Imperial China. August 14, 2015.
To Escape the Heat, Fish Dive Deep. August 12, 2015.
Energy-Saving Street Lights Might Be Bad News for Bugs. August 7, 2015.
Galápagos penguins find a cool refuge in a warming world. August 5, 2015.
Bald Eagles are Back, But What’s on Their Menu? July 31, 2015.
Keeping Lake Tahoe Blue Doesn’t Mean Keeping it Clear. July 29, 2015.
Will Rising Seas Drown Sea Turtle Eggs? July 24, 2015.
Beef and Poultry Dominate Study of Wildlife-Livestock Diseases. July 22, 2015.
Street Trees Really Do Make People Healthier. July 15, 2015.
Researchers Want to Engage in Armada of Surfer Scientists. July 10, 2015.
A Mysterious Illness is Killing the Snakes of the Eastern US. July 8, 2015.
Why are Gulf of California Seabirds Heading North? July 3, 2015.
A Nesting Doll Approach to Protecting America’s Wilderness. July 1, 2015.
Will Warmer Winters Mean Fewer Winter Deaths? June 26, 2015.
Climate Change Drives Away California’s Stunning Wildflowers. June 24, 2015.
Using DNA to Track Poached Elephant Ivory. June 19, 2015.
Putting A Price on Pollinators. June 17, 2015.
How Do Urban Bats Cope with City Lights? June 12, 2015.
The Serengeti Ecosystem Enters the Realm of Big Data. June 10, 2015.
Seven New Frogs Discovered in Brazil Are Already at Risk. June 5, 2015.
Iberian Griffon Vultures Are Being Slowly Poisoned By Lead. June 3, 2015.
Don’t Eat Bugs to Save the World, But Because They’re Tasty. May 29, 2015.
Biodiversity Protection in the E.U.: Expansive but Inefficient. May 27, 2015.
Why Lizards Need Elephants To Survive. May 22, 2015.
A New Form of Chytrid Fungus Threatens U.S. Salamanders. May 20, 2015.
Hurricanes Sent Florida Lionfish Swimming for The Bahamas. May 15, 2015.
Northern Birds Invade the South Thanks to a Shifting Climate. May 13, 2015.
Invasive Species Might Not Be Entirely Awful, After All. May 8, 2015.
Dolphins Are Hunted for Their Teeth in the South Pacific. May 6, 2015.
National Park Visitors Inject Billions into the US Economy. May 1, 2015.
To Encourage Environmentalism, Let People Be Selfish? April 29, 2015.
Killer Whales Are Stealing Our Fish to Make Extra Babies. April 24, 2015.
Why Do Village Dogs Eat Endangered Sea Turtle Eggs? April 22, 2015.
To Keep Birds From Striking Aircraft, Think Like a Bird. April 17, 2015.
Backyards Could Be a Boon for Urban Birds. April 15, 2015.
An Optimistic Future for Sea Urchin Sperm. April 10, 2015.
The US Could Save Its Unique Wildlife By Protecting 9 Areas. April 8, 2015.
Are Poor Countries Destined to Struggle With Conservation? April 3, 2015.
Our Chocolate Cravings Are Bitter News for Primates. April 1, 2015.
$1.34 Billion Per Year Could Save 841 Endangered Species. March 27, 2015.
70% of Earth’s Forests Lie Within One Kilometer of an Edge. March 25, 2015.
Birders and Hunters Could Be Partners in Conservation. March 20, 2015.
Who is to Blame for Mammal Declines in the Everglades? March 18, 2015.
Deserts Teem with Biodiversity, If You Know Where to Look. March 13, 2015.
200 Years of Citizen Science Predict the Future of Forests. March 11, 2015.
The Fish are Swimming North, Leaving Fishermen Behind. March 6, 2015.
Kicking Out Cows Can Restore Western US Wetlands. March 4, 2015.
Frog Killing Chytrid Fungus Has Reached Madagascar. February 27, 2015.
For Ocean Acidification, Think Globally But Act Locally. February 25, 2015.
Dingoes Could Be The Answer to Australia’s Wildlife Decline. February 20, 2015.
Flying High: The Ethics of Monitoring Birds with Drones. February 18, 2015.
Orangutans Might Survive Sustainable Logging. February 13, 2015.
We’ve Just Noticed Australia’s Mammals Are Going Extinct. February 11, 2015.
Can Marine Reserves Protect Migratory Species? February 6, 2015.
Climate Change Divide is About Group Identity, Not Politics. February 4, 2015.
Mountain Lions Survive Near Cities, But At What Cost? January 30, 2015.
Shifting California Forests Reveal Complex Effects of Drought. January 28, 2015.
Citizen Scientists Find Good News for Puget Sound Seabirds. January 23, 2015.
Can There Ever Be A Legal Ivory Trade? January 21, 2015.
To Reduce Electricity, Tell People About Asthma. January 16, 2015.
Does Salvage Logging Make Things Better or Worse? January 14, 2015.
How Grazing Could Restore California’s Grasslands. January 9, 2015.
Dry Winters Delay Breeding for Desert Dwelling Birds. January 7, 2015.
Predatory Fish Follow Their Food, Despite Climate Change. January 2, 2015.
A Two-for-One Benefit from Vaccinating Seabirds. December 26, 2014.
Pink Pigeon Recovery Has Been Hindered by Turtle Doves. December 19, 2014.
First, Find the Whales. Then You Can Save Them. December 17, 2014.
To Avoid Multiple Threats, Leopards Have To Be Crafty Cats. December 12, 2014.
When Dolphins Are At Risk, So Is Dolphin Tourism. December 10, 2014.
Selective Logging Misses the Forest for the Trees. December 5, 2014.
The Little-Known Downsides to Captive Breeding Programs. December 3, 2014.
Who’s Afraid Now? Fall 2014, print magazine.
Accounting for Meat: The Hidden Emissions in your Steak. November 26, 2014.
Unlikely Partners: Rhino Poaching and Sea Snake Exploitation. November 21, 2014.
Sea Star Wasting Disease is Caused by a Virus. November 19, 2014.
Conserving the Smallest Mammals on the Tallest Peaks. November 14, 2014.
Could Hand-Reared Penguins Help Seed New Colonies? November 5, 2014.
Are Biodiversity Data Lurking on Instagram and Flickr? October 31, 2014.
Lizards’ Feet Adapt Rapidly Following Ecological Changes. October 29, 2014.
Drones Record How The Environment Shapes Disease Risk. October 24, 2014.
Reef Sharks May Already Be Adapted for Climate Change. October 22, 2014.
Seabirds Fly Toward the Light, Get Run Over By Cars. October 17, 2014.
To Save the Scavengers, Open Up Vulture Restaurants. October 15, 2014.
All Those Drops Add Up: Small Spills at the Gas Station. October 10, 2014.
Blame Humans for Cheetah Declines, Not Lions. October 8, 2014.
Bats Get Confused by Wind Turbines Pretending to be Trees. October 3, 2014.
America’s Pronghorn Migration Faces Human Obstacles. October 1, 2014.
What is an Isolated Island in an Era of Global Shipping? September 26, 2014.
The Forgotten Part of Climate Change: Slower Winds. September 24, 2014.
Should pollinator research focus on regions with malnutrition? . September 19, 2014.
Plankton Might Evolve to Survive Climate Change. September 17, 2014.
Sharks Prefer Health Reefs, Healthy Reefs Need Sharks. September 12, 2014.
California Blue Whales Are Back to Pre-Whaling Levels. September 10, 2014.
To Save Mountain Biodiversity, Everyone Needs To Play Nice. September 5, 2014.
How Carpooling Will Save The World. September 3, 2014.
Paying Brazil’s Farmers to Conserve is Smart Economics. August 29, 2014.
Sunscreen Saves Human Lives at the Expense of Ocean Health. August 27, 2014.
How Can Whale Shark Tourism Be Kept Sustainable? August 22, 2014.
A Direct Link Between Ivory Trafficking and Elephant Decline. August 20, 2014.
Promoting Happiness: A Shift in Zoo Animal Welfare. August 15, 2014.
Penguins Act As Coal Mine Canaries for the Southern Ocean. August 13, 2014.
How Much Logging Can Tropical Forests Withstand? August 8, 2014.
How Safe Is It To Eat Lionfish? August 6, 2014.
Plant A Tree, Save A Life. August 1, 2014.
Creating A Prairie Dog “Facebook” To Aid Conservation. July 30, 2014.
Less Wildlife Means More Terrorism. July 25, 2014.
Using Google Trends to Gauge Climate Change Perception. July 23, 2014.
Is It Contagious? Summer 2014, print magazine.
A Roadmap for Reconciling Food Security and Conservation. July 18, 2014.
Animals Live in 3D, And Now Scientists Do, Too. July 16, 2014.
Counting Polar Bears From Space. July 11, 2014.
Coral Could Survive Climate Change By Getting Fat. July 9, 2014.
Protecting Coastal Ecosystems Requires Global Cooperation. July 4, 2014.
Manta Rays Are Worth More Alive Than Dead. July 2, 2014.
How Should “Flathead National Forest 2.0” Look? June 27, 2014.
Hammerhead Sharks’ Unique Traits May Doom Them. June 25, 2014.
Deforestation is Bad News for Fish. But Why? June 20, 2014.
Reintroducing Wolves is Only Effective at Large Scales. June 18, 2014.
Road Salt Changes Urban Ecosystems in Big Ways. June 11, 2014.
Preventing Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions, One Smartphone at a Time. June 6, 2014.
New Panamanian Policies Aim to Prevent Ship-Whale Collisions. June 4, 2014.
Melting Arctic Ice Means New Opportunities for Biological Invasions. June 2, 2014.
Reefs Grow by Crawling Along the Seafloor. May 28, 2014.
Conservation in the Developing World Relies Upon Folk Knowledge. May 23, 2014.
Are We Heading To A World of All Female Sea Turtles? May 21, 2014.
Wildlife Tourism in Iceland Gets Seal of Approval. May 16, 2014.
Cattle Ranching and Conservation Are Not Mutually Exclusive. May 14, 2014.
Just $200 Per Fishing Vessel Could Save Thousands of Albatrosses. May 9, 2014.
Scientists Propose New Classification Scheme for Invasive Species. May 7, 2014.
Predator Conservation Relies On Understanding Human Psychology. May 2, 2014.
Raised in Acidified Seawater, Reef Fishes Act Like Risky Teenagers. April 30, 2014.
Understanding How Corals May Resist Climate Change. April 25, 2014.
Island Biodiversity Theory Doesn’t Apply to Metaphorical Islands. April 23, 2014.
Which Shall Live and Which Shall Die? Conservation Triage for Birds. April 18, 2014.
Could Golf Courses Actually Boost Conservation? April 16, 2014.
Black Sea Bass Survive Release Better Than We Thought. April 11, 2014.
Should We Close The High Seas To Fishing? April 9, 2014.
Chinese Orchids Are In Trouble, Here’s How To Save Them. April 4, 2014.
Historical Paintings Help Us Understand Climate Change. April 2, 2014.
Move Over, Chickens! How Can Koalas More Safely Cross Roads? March 26, 2014.
Are All Home Gardens The Same? March 19, 2014.
Do Animated Animals on the Big Screen Promote Conservation on the Ground?. Spring 2014, print magazine.
Sea Level Rise Threatens Our Cultural Heritage, Too. March 12, 2014.
The Mauritius Kestrel is a Scrappy Bird But Will It Survive Humans? March 5, 2014.
Saving Orangutans, One Zoo Visitor At A Time. February 26, 2014.
What Will Happen After the Rhinos Are Gone?. February 19, 2014.
Plastic Ingestion by Seabirds is Worse Than You Thought. February 12, 2014.
Relocating Humans for Tiger Conservation is a Win for Both. February 5, 2014.
How To Avoid Shark Attacks Without Killing Sharks. January 29, 2014.
Is Conservation Work in Zoos Too Random? January 22, 2014.
Can Trophy Hunting Actually Help Conservation? January 15, 2014.
The Road to Extinction is Paved with Good Intentions. January 8, 2014.
Gathering Emotional Intelligence: Animal Wise Book Review. Summer 2013, print magazine.

Earth Touch

This week in really bad ideas: Indonesia’s ‘croc-guarded’ prison. November 12, 2015.
Is This Coyote-Wolf Hybrid Taking Over North America? November 9, 2015.
Special Needs Orangutan Gets a Home Makeover at the LA Zoo. August 28, 2015.
Wolves Are Back in California After Nearly a Century. August 26, 2015.
London’s River Thames is Now Home to Seals, Porpoises, and Whales. August 21, 2015.
China Zoo Takes in Rare Two-Headed Cobra. August 12, 2015.
Long-lost Octopus Reemerges with Some Truly Strange Sex Habits. August 12, 2015.
Biologists have tracked down two adorable new mountain lion kittens in LA. August 5, 2015.
We Finally Know Why This Monkey’s Face is So Unbelievably Red. July 31, 2015.
Everything’s Bigger in Texas, Including This Centipede. July 3, 2015.
Why is This Mountain Goat Hanging Out on a Rooftop? July 3, 2015.
Couple Rushes to Save Dolphin After it Crash-Lands on Their Boat. July 2, 2015.
Is Africa Facing Its Own Vulture Crisis? June 22, 2015.
Chimp Cooks Help Researchers Trace the Origins of the Kitchen. June 5, 2015.
Scientists Are Tracking Coco the Turtle to Learn About Its Mysterious Migration. June 4, 2015.
Yet Another Oarfish Mysteriously Washed Up in California. June 3, 2015.
Top 10 New Species: Bone-House Wasps, Fanged Frogs, Chickens from Hell, and more. May 22, 2015.
Google Engineers Have Worked Out How to Use Your Vacation Selfies for Science. May 21, 2015.
When Flies Fly in the Face of Danger, Are They Afraid? May 15, 2015.
Uncovering the Painful Secrets Behind the Fire Ant’s Burn. May 11, 2015.
Camera Traps and Citizen Science Reveal the Ice-Melting Power of Penguin Poop. May 6, 2015.
Cats in the City: Tracking Bobcats in Los Angeles. April 29, 2015.
Caterpillar Shows Off Crazy Tentacles – But Only When You Yell At It. April 27, 2015.
Caracal Sees Her Reflection for the First Time, Totally Freaks Out. April 24, 2015.
Macaques Are Not Pets (And They Do Not Enjoy Wearing Lipstick). April 24, 2015.
In Africa, Some Food Chains Are Powered by Hippo Poop. April 21, 2015.
Here’s Your First Look at the Elusive Black Tinamou. April 14, 2015.
Every Year This Tiny Bird Migrates Across the Atlantic for 3 Days Without Stopping. April 8, 2015.
Giant Pandas Meet in the Forest for Secret Panda Parties. April 6, 2015.
Saving a Species, One Snake at a Time. March 26, 2015.
Cause for Celebration: Los Angeles Mountain Lion Survives Crossing Eight-Lane Highway. March 22, 2015.
Here’s Everything You Need to Know About the Newly Rediscovered Ewok Lookalike. March 20, 2015.
Sierra Newts’ Epic Mating Tactics Caught on Video. March 18, 2015.
Is This The World’s Most Bird-Friendly Coffee? March 16, 2015.
King of the Carcass: Promiscuous Male Beetles Lack Self-Esteem. March 11, 2015.
Mountain Lion Family Up Close in Stunning Camera Trap Photos. March 7, 2015.
Want to Keep These Adorable Foxes Around? Lock Up Your Garbage. March 4, 2015.
Field Notes: Catching Butterflies is A Lot Harder Than It Looks. February 26, 2015.
A Study of Island Birds Reveals That Biodiversity is Everywhere If You Know Where to Look. February 20, 2015.
When the Rabbit’s Away, The Cat Will Devour All the Native Animals. February 9, 2015.
Python Invasion? Civilian Python Patrols Are Probably Not The Solution. February 5, 2015.
Jaguar Duo Caught on Camera in Nicaragua. February 4, 2015.
New Photos Offer a Rare Glimpse of the Mysterious Saharan Cheetah. January 29, 2015.
Special Delivery: First Zebra Sharks Born Through Artificial Insemination. January 29, 2015.
Wild to Inspire: Q&A with Nat Geo WILD’s Film Fest Winner Dan Duran. January 28, 2015.
A True Cinderella Story for One Lucky Tiger. January 21, 2015.
When It Comes to Speedy Evolution, You Can’t Outpace This Lizard’s Penis. January 19, 2015.
A Lesson on Disease Spread, Courtesy of Buffaloes and Parasitic Worms. January 10, 2015.
Ant-Decapitating Flies Are Just the Micro-Freakiest. January 8, 2015.
It’s Time to Raise Your Glass To The Drunkards of the Animal Kingdom. December 24, 2014.
Top 8: Things We Learned from the ‘Big Bang’ of All Bird Studies. December 16, 2014.
In Photo: South Sudan’s Civil War Is Also A War on Wildlife. December 11, 2014.
Shock Tactics of Electric Eels Exposed…With the Help of Some Zombie Fish. December 4, 2014.
Seals Exposed in Porpoise Murder Mystery – But Fisherman Not Off the Hook. December 3, 2014.
For World Soil Day, Here Are Six Animals That Really Dig the Dirt. December 2, 2014.
Will Fido the Dog Feel Thankful for Your Thanksgiving Leftovers? November 27, 2014.
The Ferret Genome Has Been Sequenced – And Here’s Why That’s Good News For You. November 20, 2014.
Researchers Crack the Code of Otter Chatter. November 19, 2014.
Scientists Discover the Virus Behind Starfish Wasting Disease – And It’s Been Around for a While. November 17, 2014.
Ex-Performer Chimps Continue to Suffer, Even Decades After Rescue. October 2, 2014.
How to train your wombat. September 18, 2014.
How ‘unspecial’ are you? What animals have taught us about human uniqueness. September 11, 2014.

BBC Earth

Audubon Magazine

Tiny Bird, Amazing Migrator. December 9, 2015.
Are Gulls Jerks? November 19, 2015.

Nautilus Magazine

The Guardian

Washington Post

KCET

Slate

Hakai Magazine

Salon

Gizmodo

Zocalo Public Square

Being Human

The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles

The Huffington Post

Dana Foundation

Developmental Origins of Numerical Cognition. Brain in the News: The Dana Foundation, October 2010 (originally at Scientopia)

WIRED

BlogHer

LAist

Loh Down on Science

Inkjet Heart. March 2009.
Stone’s Throw. August 2009.
Whale Snot. September 2009.
Lizard Push-ups. December 2009.