‘Meet the Scientist: Sebastian Hoefer’, BBC Wildlife Magazine, May 2020

‘Climate crisis is turning Chile’s ranchers against wild herbivores’, Yahoo News, February 2020


‘Our planet’s lungs are on fire’, BBC Wildlife Magazine, December 2019

‘We must eat less meat’, Sunday Telegraph, August 2019

‘Does extinction matter?’, Biodiversity Revisited, July 2019

Lion and tiger farming may be inhumane, but we don’t know if it increases poaching‘, Yahoo News, July 2019

Canned hunting and trophy hunting safaris‘, The Times, July 2019

‘Golden jackals in India poached for their mythical “horns”‘, BBC Wildlife Magazine, July 2019

‘A nifty guide for academics on using Twitter’, PLOS Blog, June 2019

Conservationists work with shepherds to reduce dog attacks‘, BBC Wildlife Magazine, March 2019

Polar bears invade town in Russia‘, Newsweek, Feb 2019

‘Lions have adapted to hunt seals and seabirds in Namibia, study finds’, The Guardian and The Namibian, January 2019


‘Banning trophy hunting imports won’t save the world’s wildlife’, The Conversation, December 2018

‘The complex issue of big game trophy hunting‘, The Guardian, December 2018

‘Meet the Scientist: Megan Petersdorf’, BBC Wildlife Magazine, December 2018

‘The final roar’, front page of The i newspaper, November 2018

‘Dynasties: lions may disappear without urgent funding’, Daily Mail, November 2018

‘Meet the Scientist: Will Reid’, BBC Wildlife Magazine, November 2018

Globa pet trade threat to wild cats‘, PBS, October 2018

‘Fungi report first of its kind’, BBC Wildlife Magazine, October 2018

‘When the last lion roars’, British Ecological Society Bulletin, September 2018

Week-long science communication & outreach as the Twitter curator of @RealScientist, 15-21 July 2018

Tourism prevents Kenya’s cheetahs from raising young‘, The Guardian, June 2018

‘Cheetahs’ cover story, BBC Wildlife Magazine, May 2018

‘Brains and brawn’, BBC Wildlife Magazine, March 2018

‘Smallest wild cat in Americas faces big problems’, Mongabay, January 2018

‘Cute cats the size of kittens are seeing their homes destroyed’, New Scientist, January 2018

‘BBC’s Big Cats shows these felines are in trouble’, WWF, January 2018

‘Global pet trade in wild cats is a threat to their survival’, BBC One, January 2018


‘Poison threat to jaguars’, BBC Wildlife Magazine, June 2017

BBC Wildlife Magazine Poison Threat to Jaguars

‘Penalties for wildlife criminals are low and inconsistent’, Independent, June 2017

‘Quit nature to save wolves? There are better ways’, New Scientist, May 2017

‘Religion can make us more environmentally friendly – or not’, BBC Earth, February 2017


‘Change of Gir: India’s Asiatic lions’, BBC Earth magazine, December 2016

BBC Earth Dec 16 Gir lion article

‘How not to control nature’, Africa Geographic, November 2016

‘What really happened to the mammoths?’, BBC Earth, November 2016

‘In Bangladesh, tigers are being killed by local mafia’, BBC Earth, November 2016

‘Five ways WWF is creating coexistence between people and snow leopards’, Huffington Post, October 2016

These brave women have found a way to live alongside lions’, BBC Earth, 3 Aug 2016

‘There are people in India living with tigers’, BBC Earth, June 2016

‘When you start killing wolves, something odd happens’, BBC Earth, May 2016

‘How lions, leopards and livestock are affected by racism on Namibia’s farms’, IFLScience, 14 April 2016

‘Managing the lion and the lamb’, Africa Geographic, 26 Feb 2016


‘Why killing lions like Cecil may help conservation’, CNN, 30 Jul 2015

‘Could the Pill save the polar bear?’, IFLScience, 13 Jul 2015

‘Reintroduce lynx? Fine, but we must control the real apex predator’, The Ecologist, 25 April 2015

 ‘How cat flaps for warthogs can help save the cheetah’, Conservation Action, 13 Jan 2015


‘Shot in the foot? Killing wolves, lynx, cougar increases farm predation’, The Ecologist, 4 Dec 2014

‘Wolf cull backfires as wild canines feast on farm animals’, The Conversation, 3 Dec 2014

‘How businesses can help more carnivores go vegan’, The Guardian, 31 Oct 2014

‘Farmers who want to shoot lions and wolves can’t be bribed’, The Conversation, 26 Aug 2014

‘Trophy hunting is not poaching and can help conserve wildlife’, The Conversation, 14 Aug 2014

‘How many animals went in to making your burger?’ The Guardian, 23 May 2014