Dr. David Steen is a wildlife ecologist and conservation biologist who has authored over 100 scientific publications; he is also is an award-winning science communicator known for his wide-ranging outreach efforts. His work has been covered extensively everywhere from Popular Science and National Geographic to the New York Times.
While maintaining this presence online for science communication, he represents only himself. However, he is also the Herpetology Research Leader of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, a member of the Eastern Indigo Snake Reintroduction Committee, the Executive Director of The Alongside Wildlife Foundation, and sits on the Board of Directors of the Wildlands Network. Slate magazine called him the best biologist on Twitter and he’s always available there for your wildlife questions: @AlongsideWild.
New book: Secrets of Snakes (Texas A&M University Press)
Some of my writing: Slate | Motherboard | Earth Touch | LiveScience | Cool Green Science
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