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The frozen labyrinth atop Mount Rainier | National Geographic, 1 February

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Washington residents ask: What is our wildlife agency for? | High Country News, December 2023

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Birds With Benefits: How Eagles Are Helping Dairy Farmers in Western Washington | Civil Eats, July 2023

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Washington's runaway snow goose problem | bioGraphic magazine, January 2023

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Russia’s invasion could cause long-term harm to Ukraine’s prized soil | Science News, July 2022

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Florida's largest-ever python has been found | National Geographic, June 2022

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Soil as art | Smithsonian Magazine, Jan. 2021

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Secrets Emerge From a Fossil’s Taco Shell-Like Cover | The New York Times, July 2024

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Colder comfort: wildlife's winter survival strategies | National Wildlife, December 2023 (Winter issue)

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Ticked Off: How Wildlife Repel Ticks | National Wildlife, September 2023 (Fall 2023 issue)

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Damselfish in distress | The New York Times, August 2023

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When it's too cold, these octopuses just rewire their brains | National Geographic, June 2023

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How a new Lyme vaccine for mice may protect people | Science News, May 2023

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Mapping Arctic foxes’ spectacular solo journeys | Scientific American, May 2023

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Capybaras thrive because they’re not picky eaters | Science News, March 2023

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Mutant, parasitic imposter queens plague some ant colonies | The New York Times, March 2023

Bears May Rub Against Trees for Protection From Parasites | The New York Times, February 2023

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Invasive ants are a bigger threat than we thought | National Geographic, January 2023

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Dolphins whistle their names with complex, expressive patterns | Scientific American, November 2022

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Ants outnumber humans 2.5 million to one—at least | The New York Times, September 2022

Destructive lionfish are invading Brazil | National Geographic, August 2022

Destructive lionfish are invading Brazil | National Geographic, August 2022

A look inside the monumental effort to save the Andean condor | National Geographic, August 2022

A look inside the monumental effort to save the Andean condor | National Geographic, August 2022

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Eelgrass is still reeling from the last Ice Age | Hakai Magazine, August 2022

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Penguins are slow to evolve, making them vulnerable to climate change | National Geographic, July 2022

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The surprising consequences of a kelp switcharoo | Hakai Magazine, July 2022

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Dolphins use their sense of taste to identify friends | National Geographic, May 2022

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Oregon's intertidal zone may be approaching a tipping point | Hakai Magazine, April 2022

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Birds who build domed nests may be doomed | The New York Times, April 2022

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Cannibalism is more ancient than once thought | The New York Times, March 2022

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Toxic algae blooms plagued Maya society | Scientific American, April 2022

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First-ever photos of bobcat eating invasive python eggs show 'Everglades fighting back' | National Geographic, March 2022

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Tiny burrowing owls find safer homes with the help of these scientists | National Geographic, Jan. 2022

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Corals may store a surprising amount of microplastics in their skeletons | Science News, Nov. 2021

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Rare fossil captures ancient shrimp hiding inside a clam | National Geographic, Nov. 2021

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New clues may explain the mysterious origins of the Falklands wolf | National Geographic, Oct. 2021

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Flamingos dye their sun-faded feathers to stay pretty in pink | Science News, Oct. 2021

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Newfound ocean hotspot draws millions of migrating birds each year | Scientific American, Nov. 2021

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Domestic horses' mysterious origins may finally be revealed | National Geographic, Oct. 2021

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Plastics are making beaches hotter during the day and colder at night | Smithsonian Magazine, Oct. 2021

These worms "hear" with their whole bodies, surprising scientists | National Geographic, Oct. 2021

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How tides may have led to life as we know it | National Geographic, Sept. 2021

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How a 310 m.y.o. horseshoe crab brain was fossilized | Science News, Aug. 2021

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Unprecedented Rocky Mtn. wildfires | Scientific American, Aug. 2021

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Too much fertilizer during drought hurts crops | Civil Eats, Aug. 2021

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A third of 'Corn Belt' topsoil is eroded | Smithsonian Magazine, Apr. 2021

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Hailstorms are hard to predict | Eos, May 2021

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Only the chonky survive | Eos, Jan. 2021

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Mapping Mars' ancient rivers | Massive Sci./NPR SciCommers, June 2021

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Black In Micro: From hastag to nonprofit | AWIS Magazine, Apr. 2021

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