In the summer of 2014, I worked for the daily news team at National Geographic as a AAAS Mass Media Science and Engineering Fellow. Since then I have continued to work as a freelance writer. Below are links to stories I have written.

Taken during my tenure at National Geographic. Photo by Dione Rossiter (AAAS).

Taken during my tenure at National Geographic. Photo by Dione Rossiter (AAAS).

The Importance of Small Change: On Beaks and Biodiversity on Island California, Boom: A Journal of California (Fall 2015 issue)

Evolution Works in Fast, Localized, Mysterious Ways, Slate's Wild Things blog (Feb. 6, 2015)

Galápagos Sea Lion Sons Are Mama's Boys, National Geographic News (Dec. 2, 2014)

Bird Embryos Can Discern Between Calls—a First in Nature, National Geographic News (Oct. 28. 2014)

Captivating Pictures of Africa’s Disappearing Lions, National Geographic News (Aug. 8, 2014)

Big Cats at a Tipping Point in the Wild, Jouberts Warn, National Geographic's Cat Watch blog (Aug. 7, 2014)

The Perils of Aging: A Problem for Citizen Science?, National Geographic News (Aug. 6, 2014)

Wooden Ship Unearthed at World Trade Center Site From Revolutionary-Era Philadelphia, National Geographic News (July 31, 2014)

Pictures: The World's Tigers—There Are Only 3,200 Left in the Wild, National Geographic News (July 29, 2014)

Are Crows Smarter Than Children?, National Geographic's Weird & Wild blog (July 24, 2014)

Bats Set Their Internal Compass at Dusk—A First Among MammalsNational Geographic's Weird & Wild blog (July 22, 2014)

Genetic Engineering to the Rescue Against Invasive Species?, National Geographic News (July 17, 2014)

Dead and Lost Boobies: Harbingers of a Growing El Niño?, National Geographic's Ocean Views blog (July 11, 2014)

Q&A: Inside the Fight Against Wildlife Trafficking in Brazil, National Geographic's Weird & Wild blog (July 10, 2014)

To Stay Alive, Ants Dump Their Dead, National Geographic News (July 8, 2014)

Albatross Internet Darling Takes First Flight, National Geographic News (June 28, 2014)

Summer Solstice Pictures: From Stonehenge to Carhenge, National Geographic News (June 24, 2014)

Fish-Eating Spiders Can Catch Prey 5 Times Their SizeNational Geographic News (June 18, 2014)

Threatened Species 'Red List' Warns 90% of Lemur Species Face ExtinctionNational Geographic News (June 13, 2014)

Sea Otter Moms Risk Lives to Raise Babies, National Geographic's Weird & Wild blog (June 11, 2014)