"Volunteers take an annual snapshot of loons (and people)," North Country Public Radio (12 August 2015).

"What is the harm of fun?" Adirondack Explorer (May 2015).

"Sarah Reed elected to SCB Board of Governors," SOURCE (15 May 2015).

"Conservation and recreation don't always mix well,"The Denver Post (18 February 2015).

"Leaving only footsteps? Think again," New York Times (13 February 2015).

"Suburban sprawl doesn't have to be ecologically devastating," Ensia (5 January 2015).


"Wildlife and sounds," Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Outdoor Reports (12 June 2013).

"Land conservation boost home values in western subdivisions," Urban Land (10 June 2013).

"How human sounds impact wildlife," ABC Fox Montana News (7 June 2013).

"Why homes in open space command big bucks," Wall Street Journal (3 May 2013).

"Benefits of conservation development," Adirondack Almanack (18 March 2013).

"CSU study finds link between open space, home prices," Loveland Reporter-Herald (6 March 2013).

"CSU study: Homes built near open space worth up to 30 percent more," Coloradoan (5 March 2013).


"Computer programmer models sound's impact on wildlife," Bozeman Daily Chronicle (12 Dec 2012).

"Local research looks at impact of housing development on songbirds," The Madisonian (26 July 2012).

"Do subdivisions designed for conservation actually help wildlife?" High Country News (28 May 2012).

"CSU research leads to data on key wildlife corridors," Loveland Reporter-Herald (15 February 2012).


"Dogs have the poop on finding foxes, cougars," San Francisco Chronicle (10 February 2011).

"Scat-sniffing dogs aid wildlife conservation," US News & World Report (20 January 2011).

"Four-legged assistants sniff out wildlife data," New York Times (14 January 2011).

"All work and all play," California (Summer 2011).

"UC-Berkeley study: scat-sniffing dogs invaluable for wildlife surveys," East Bay Express (17 January 2011).

"Dogs' love of poop turned to scientific good," NBC Bay Area (12 January 2011).