Madeline Bodin is a freelance writer specializing in wildlife conservation science. She lives in Vermont. Her writing has explored the fate of New England's largest bat cave, the forensic techniques used to solve wildlife crimes, and the mafia-like tactics of cowbirds. Her work has appeared in Scientific American, Popular Mechanics, National Wildlife, and many other publications.
Africa’s Vultures Threatened By An Assault on All Fronts
August 11, 2014
Molecular Detective Work Yields Big Gains for Ecology
July 8, 2013