August 2014: I had the pleasure of being welcomed back to the Ancestor's Trail event, this time held in Epping Forest. I talked about The Sounds of Love: The Role of Acoustic Signaling in Avian Reproduction.
August 2014: I discussed the "Top Ten Bird Sounds" at the University of Exeter Penryn Campus's Science in the Square event.
February 2013: As part of the Penzance Cafe Scientifique, I gave a lecture on how humans act as a selection pressure.
2011, 2012: I gave a lecture to University of Exeter biology students
(both undergraduate and postgraduate) in order to provide advice about
how they could pursue careers--or hobbies--in science communication. The
talk is available on YouTube here.
July 2012: I began hosting "Wild Side," a weekly radio show that airs from 1-2 PM every Wednesday on The Source 96.1 FM. Topics have included birdsong, urban ecosystems, running, sex, deception in the animal kingdom, and cooking. Video recordings of the broadcasts are available on my YouTube channel for episodes 8 onwards (see below). Podcasts are imminent.
February 2009: I discussed "A Brief History of Birds in Art" for the Third Thursdays program at the Williamsburg Regional Library. The presentations is available as 6 YouTube clips: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, and Part VI.
October 2008: I discussed "Birding and Technology" at a meeting of the Williamsburg Bird Club. The talk was based on an article of the same title that I published in Bird Watcher's Digest. The presentation is available as 4 YouTube clips: Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV.