Select media coverage
Interviews and multimedia:
Science Friday, National Public Radio: Rethinking Invasive Species with Pablo Escobar’s Hippos
Quirks and Quarks, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: Wild donkeys and horses dig wells in the desert, and create a refuge for plants and animals
Outpost Media: Wild Science: Ecosystem Engineers
Quirks and Quarks, CBC: How Pablo Escobar's escaped hippos are helping to restore an ancient ecosystem
The New York Times and Seattle Times: Death Valley’s Invasive Donkeys Have Become Cat Food
Smithsonian Magazine: Cougars Are Killing Feral Donkeys, and That’s Good for Wetlands
National Geographic: Wild horses and donkeys dig wells in the desert, providing water for wildlife
The New York Times: Pablo Escobar’s Hippos Fill a Hole Left Since Ice Age Extinctions
The Washington Post, The Great Conundrum of Pablo Escobar’s Hippos
Undark; picked up by High Country News & Popular Science: Death Valley’s Park Service wants them gone. But are wild donkeys really the enemy?
Anthropocene Magazine: How would biodiversity look if we counted non-native animals?
The National Geographic: These Giant Invasive Beasts May Actually Be Good for the Planet
Anthropocene Magazine: Big, non-native mammal invaders: not a problem, but a solution
New Scientist: Large non-native species like donkeys can boost biodiversity