Audio and Video

AIA|LA – The Future of the Los Angeles Urban Forest 

SoCal Connected – It’s Not Easy Being Green

BBC Live Interview

South of Fletcher

How do we thrive in less-than-ideal living conditions? In this episode Rux and Bear talk with CA State Parks certified interpretive specialist Luis Rincon, ecological historian Travis Longcore, and longtime Frogtown/Atwater resident Liz Vega about disturbance at the Bowtie and its surrounding communities.

The Pulse podcast from WHYY (Unintended Consequences)  (at about the 30 minute mark)

NPR’s Living On Earth: LED Impacts on Wildlife

USC Earth Day – Facebook Live

Live discussing light pollution on KCBS AM 740 News Radio

November 29, 2017

Community Groups, Scientists Work to Stem Tree Loss

The Effects of Light Pollution on California Natural Parks

Historical Ecology and Restoration in Urban Ecosystems: Looking Back and Envisioning the Future

 KCET – Lost Wetlands


Breaking Bio Podcast

USC GIST Videos: Urban Nature

Reclaiming the Night Participant Profile

Blinded By The Light, Birds Crash Into Radio Towers (NPR, All Things Considered)

Highlights: Envisioning Drought Resilient Cities

Envisioning Drought Resilient Cities

Forward to 1:02:23

Vista Hermosa Park

Communication Tower Mortality Study Video Release

Ballona Wetlands Historical Ecology Talk

Return of the El Segundo Blue Butterfly

Phytoremediation with Native Plants

UCLA Tribute

Produced by a student (without my knowledge) when I left UCLA in 2014.
Student video on urban nature park.