Upcoming Appearances

During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic David is available for speaking engagements and other appearances virtually via Zoom, Skype, Facetime or other platforms. Watch this page for regular updates on dates and times for new or rescheduled appearance.

Check out upcoming events and appearances by Naturalist David Mizejewski. All dates are subject to change. For the latest updates from David, follow him on Twitter or Facebook.

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Kids in Nature – Growing Outdoors: A Conversation with Richard Louv
Facebook Livestream
Thursday, September 24
11:30 AM Eastern

David will be interviewing Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, about the growing body of research that shows the link between time outdoors and a reduction in health issues such as ADHD, anxiety, and aggression as well as an increase in happiness, resilience, and a sense of well-being. Unfortunately, safe access to nature and the outdoors is not available to everyone. The interview will discuss the disproportionate impact of nature deficit on people of color and low-income communities and the National Wildlife Federation’s programs that help connect all children to nature. Watch the livestream here.

America’s Great Migrations 
Virtual Appearance

Thursday, September 24, 2020
2 PM Eastern 
National Wildlife Federation Donor Exclusive

Though human travel has all but halted during the pandemic, millions of animals are on the move. Join David for this informative livestream and learn about the awe-inspiring migrations of wildlife like songbirds, gray whales, and more.

Join the National Wildlife Federation’s J.N. “Ding” Darling Circle today and then contact us 800-919-9151 or DarlingCircle@nwf.org to register for David’s talk.

Recovering America’s Wildlife: A Conversation with Biologist Shaun Grassel
Facebook Livestream (Details to Come)
Thursday, October 8
11:30 AM Eastern

Next up in David’s series of conversations with conservationists working to protect and restore our declining wildlife he’ll be chatting with Shaun Grassel, a wildlife biologist with the Lower Brule Sioux Tribe in South Dakota. The focus on Shaun’s work is the black-footed ferret, a species which narrowly escaped extinction and is still facing some serious challenges. Tune and hear from Shaun about his incredibly important work to protect this species and how you can get involved in supporting it.

Creepy Critters
Virtual Appearance
Thursday, October 15

2 PM Eastern 
National Wildlife Federation Donor Exclusive 

Many of the most maligned wildlife species are critical to the ecosystems in which they live — and are critical to humans as well. Join David for this livestream to gain a new understanding of “creepy critters” like the opossums, spiders, wolves and bats.

Join the National Wildlife Federation’s J.N. “Ding” Darling Circle today and then contact us 800-919-9151 or DarlingCircle@nwf.org to register for David’s talk.

Jersey-Friendly Yards Virtual Conference
Ocean County College
Toms River, NJ
Saturday, October 17, 2021
2-3:30 PM

David will be sharing all of his expert advice on creating wildlife habitat gardens using native plants and how to participate in the National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife program.