Geoffrey Giller is a freelance science journalist and photographer based in Berlin. He has a Master’s degree in environmental science and a special love for amphibians. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times, Discover, Scientific American, and Audubon, among other outlets. You can follow him on Twitter @GeoffreyGiller and see more of his photography and writing on his website.
Song of the Mountain Chicken 10.30.2019 Article - These giant frogs—once a delicacy on two Caribbean islands—were almost wiped out by disease and natural disasters. But their resilience and years of dedicated conservation efforts have kept hope for the species alive.
Glimmers in the Dark 06.26.2018 Article - "The Destroyer" is decimating bat populations across North America. But scientists are finding rays of hope.
A Fragile Balance 01.24.2017 Article - An endangered Texas salamander hangs on thanks to a grab bag of protective laws. But will rampant development and a Trump administration spell its doom?