Articles, Interviews and Publicity about David

Seattle Times. “Oh, what’s that? Winter wildlife tracking stokes imagination.” by Kathryn True. November 10, 2016.

KUOW’s The Record. “What conservation lessons can we learn from Washington’s caribou. Radio interview with David Moskowitz. August 16, 2016.

Washington Trails Association Blog. “Meet the Trail Community: Wildlife Biologist”. March 17, 2016.

KPCC Southern California Public Radio TAKE 2. “Photos of 3 pups show lone wolf OR7 is a father.” Radio interview with David Moskowitz. July 28, 2014.

Yakima Herald. “Tracking the truth about wolves.” by Scott Sandsberry. June 3, 2014.

Men’s Journal.  “Stalking Oregon’s ‘Lone Wolf’ Before He Disappears.” by Melissa Gaskill. May 2014.

Oregonian. “Oregon wolf OR-7: expedition will retrace 1,200-mile journey.” by Lynn Terry. May 15, 2014.

Yakima Herald. “Renowned tracker passes on his knowledge, challenges students during day-long seminar.” by Scott Sandsberry.  May 13, 2014.

Associated Press. “Group retracing trek of wandering Oregon wolf OR-7.” by Jeff Barnard. March 19, 2014.

Radio West, KUER 90.1. Radio Interview on the topic of Return of the Wolves. November 20, 2013.

KPCQ Q13 News. Television interview of David Moskowitz about wolves in the northwest on the Seattle evening news. June 24, 2013.

Everett Herald. Everett Washington. “Why wolves aren’t all that different from humans.” by Sharon Wootton. June 16, 2013.

Cascadia Weekly. “Wolves in the Land of Salmon: Tracking canis lupus’ return to the Northwest.” Interview by Christian Martin. March 13, 2013.

Conservation Northwest Quarterly. “Off-trail For Wildlife: The Art and Skill of David Moskowitz” by Barbara Christensen. Fall 2011, Issue 87. p. 13-14. (Edition also includes a number of photographs by David Moskowitz.)

Seattle Times, “Animal trackers read dramas in the snow” by Kathrine True. November 17, 2010

Island Park News, Island Park, Idaho; October 14, 2010

AM Northwest, KATU TV, Portland Oregon; May 27, 2010.


Dave is an adventurer, with a heart connected to all things wild, so when he is presenting he takes you on a kind of thoughtful journey, leaving your spirit brightened by the beauty in his photographs, joyful from the comedy in his stories, and satiated with his insights in natural history. I’m always impressed with how he manages to address some of the more academic aspects of his observations, while also graciously connecting with his audience and participants – as a presenter, he’s like a friendly and wise ambassador for the wildlife, the places, and the conservationists he works with every day.

Erik Kingfisher. Stewardship Director, Jefferson Land Trust

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