In The News

May 22, 2020. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, people are paying more attention to tweets. And not the Twitter kind. The Washington Post.

May 18, 2020. You could be the citizen scientist the world needs right now. Crosscut.

May 4, 2020. Three SEFS students named to 2020 Husky 100. UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Newsroom.

May 4, 2020. Announcing the 2020 Husky 100! The Husky 100 Blog.

April 9, 2020. Community science project tracks changes in bird behavior during coronavirus. UW College of the Environment Newsroom.

April 9, 2020. Bird-watching study featured in Portland Monthly. UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Newsroom.

April 9, 2020. A New Study Aims to Learn the Impacts of Social Distancing on Birds in the Pacific Northwest. The Portland Monthly.

April 3, 2020. Trapped at home? You can help UW study bird responses to social distancing. KUOW.

November 15, 2019. New York Times publishes graduate student Olivia Sanderfoot’s letter to editor. UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Newsroom.

August 19, 2019. Endangering the Endangered Species Act. WORT 89.9 FM.

July 2019. Raptors & Smoke. Pacific Raptor.

January 15, 2019. Broad Show of Support for a Clean Fuel Standard for Washington State. Audubon Washington.

December 2018. Director’s Note. Raptor Passage 363.

August 29, 2018. Wildfire advantageous to wildlife — or not. Methow Valley News.

August 28, 2018. Birdwatching: How does wildfire smoke affect birds? The Chinook Observer.

August 21, 2018. Birds Studied for Reaction to Wildfire Smoke. Spokane Public Radio.

July 4, 2018. Should Science Be Political? Wisconsin Engineer.

March 29, 2018. Highlights of 2017. Environmental Research Letters (Dear Colleague letter).

October 11, 2017. How Wildfires Affect Birds. Audubon Magazine.

October 11, 2017. From the Educators: Fall is in the air, and kids are outside learning. Madison Audubon Society Newsletter.

September 13, 2017. Little refuge for wildlife as smoke lingers over regionBillings Gazette.

September 1, 2017. What Can Birds Tell Us About Pollution? Audubon Magazine.

August 24, 2017. UW Study Finds Surprising Lack Of Research On How Air Pollution Affects Birds: Researchers Try To Find Bigger Picture Among Few Individual Studies. Wisconsin Public Radio.

August 17, 2017. Top Story: Survey captures global picture of air pollution’s effects on birds. Science360 News.

August 11, 2017. A bird’s-eye view of air pollution. UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Newsroom.

August 11, 2017. Canary in a coal mine: Survey captures global picture of air pollution’s effects on birds. Phys.org.

August 11, 2017. Canary in a coal mine: Survey captures global picture of air pollution’s effects on birds. ScienceDaily.

August 11, 2017. News from the Field: Survey captures global picture of air pollution’s effects on birds. National Science Foundation.

August 11, 2017. Canary in a coal mine: Survey captures global picture of air pollution’s effects on birds. EurekAlert!.

August 11, 2017. Survey captures global picture of air pollution’s effects on birdsUniversity of Wisconsin–Madison Newsroom.

May 5, 2017. Zoethica. Isthmus.

May 4, 2017. Madison’s March for Science. WORT 89.9 FM.

March 9, 2017. From the Educators: We’re beginning to think thoughts of Spring. Madison Audubon Society Newsletter.

October 13, 2016. Preparing for a churning world: Stretching students’ knowledge for 21st century challenges and careers. University of Wisconsin–Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies Newsroom.

February 29, 2016. ‘Drive forward and be inspired’: A student’s pragmatic, optimistic assessment of today’s energy challenges. University of Wisconsin–Madison Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies Newsroom.