Upcoming Appearances

During the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic David is available for speaking engagements, interviews and other appearances virtually via Zoom, Skype, Facetime or other platforms. 

To book David contact Hali Simon PR.

Free Online Course: Garden Gate Magazine Garden Organic
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See David’s information-packed talk all about gardening for wildlife based on his bestselling how-to book Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife as part of Garden Gate Magazine’s Garden Organic online course. David’s talk is followed by a Q&A session and author interview hosted by Garden Gate editor James Baggett.

Livestream: Colonial Williamsburg’s Garden Symposium
Saturday, April 24, 2021
3-4:40 PM
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David will be speaking at this annual garden symposium about the National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife movement and walking participants through all the features necessary to create a thriving wildlife habitat garden. Topics include native plants, providing natural sources of food, water cover and places to raise young, and how to earn Certified Wildlife Habitat status for your garden.

Varsity Tutors – Scary Wildlife (That’s Not So Scary)
Monday, April 26, 2021
7-8 PM
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David’s first of two courses for this popular online learning platform will focus on wildlife species that seem scary–including bees, snakes and bats–but are actually not that scary after all and very important to protect. He’ll follow with a live Q&A session.

Livestream: Garden for Wildlife – Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife
Drexel University
Tuesday, April 27, 2021
5:30-7:30 PM ET
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David will share how to create a beautiful garden or landscape that fits into the local ecosystem and supports birds, butterflies, bees and a whole host of other wonderful wildlife neighbors. He’ll discuss native plants, the four components of habitat and sustainable gardening. He’ll also share how you can achieve the National Wildlife Federation’s “Certified Wildlife Habitat” recognition for your garden space.

Livestream: All Access Series – Opt for Organic Gardening Practices
Thursday, April 29, 2021
2-3 PM Eastern
Exclusive for National Wildlife Federation Supporters

Spring has sprung, which means that the birds, butterflies, bees and other wildlife neighbors have too! With spring also comes the barrage of advertisements for the latest sprays and services to eliminate “pests” in your yard. Join Naturalist David Mizejewski to better understand the dangers pesticides can pose to pollinators, birds and other wildlife, while also learning some of his tips, tricks, and easy ways to employ organic gardening practices that won’t harm wildlife in their place.

Live broadcasts from the National Wildlife Federation All Access series are reserved for supporters of the Federation. To learn more about making a donation and participating in this series, visit nwf.org/darlingcircle or reach out to our team at darlingcircle@nwf.org or 800.919.9151.

The Fancy Scientist Podcast
May 2021

Release Date Coming Soon

David will be a guest on science communicator Dr. Stephanie Schuttler’s Fancy Scientist podcast to talk about his career as National Wildlife Federation naturalist and to share his tips on creating wildlife habitat gardens for insects, especially pollinators.

Sustainably Geeky Podcast
May 2021
Air Date TBD

Sustainably Geeky is a podcast for the everyday environmentalist that breaks down complicated environmental topics and shares tips to live more sustainably. David will discuss everything from big pictures challenges to wildlife conservation, climate change, the wildlife extinction crisis, helping the public understand complex science, and how people can get involved to make a difference.

Livestream: Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife
Monday, May 3, 2021
3-4 PM ET
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To kick off Garden for Wildlife Month David will be sharing his expert tips on how to create a thriving wildlife habitat garden that supports birds, butterflies, bees and other wonderful wildlife neighbors.

Livestream: Attracting Birds, Butterflies and Other Backyard Wildlife
NH Audubon Webinar Series 
Monday, May 3, 2021

7-8 PM ET
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David will be the speaker at National Wildlife Federation state affiliate New Hampshire Audubon’s latest webinar in their Exploring Connections to and Stewardship of the Natural World series to talk about creating sustainable gardens that support birds, bees, butterflies and other local wildlife.

Livestream: US Fish and Wildlife’s Conservation Connect Live!
Thursday, May 13, 2021
12:40-1:30pm ET
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David will be a guest on the US Fish and Wildlife Services Conservation Connect Live! livestream series hosted on the National Conservation Training Center’s Facebook page to discuss natural gardening with native plants to benefit wildlife and the National Wildlife Federation’s “Certified Wildlife Habitat” designation for garden spaces that support wildlife.

Livestream: Grow! with Katie LIVE at Homestead Gardens
Monday, May 17, 2021
Noon-1 PM ET

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David joins Katie Dubow to talk all about pollinator gardens, native plants and the kinds of wildlife that can benefit from following the National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife recommendations.

Horseshoe Crab Action Month Webcast
Wednesday, May 19, 2021
3-4:30 PM ET
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David will host this livestream event with some key figures in ocean conservation all about one of our most ancient and bizarre species: the horseshoe crab. Though these marine invertebrates aren’t cute or cuddly, they’re extremely important ecologically as well as for human health.

Jersey-Friendly Yards Virtual Conference
Ocean County College
Toms River, NJ
Saturday, October 16, 2021
2-3:30 PM Eastern

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.