Emily Moskal is a biologist-turned-freelance writer and communicator, whose features have appeared in outlets such as Bay Nature and Texas Parks & Wildlife magazines. She produces Save The Frogs magazine for the namesake nonprofit.
Her specialty is natural resource literature, immersion reporting, and environmental communication, developed for such outlets as the Texas Army National Guard, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and a variety of nonprofits.
Emily is also adept at new media creation such as magazine layout, design, and production, multimedia such as video, audio, and website design, as well as photography. View her photography, design, and video portfolios.
She is a member of Writers’ League of Texas and National Association of Science Writers.
If you need help telling a compelling story, contact Emily.
“It gives me enormous pleasure to see in these pages one of the prairie’s native daughters, Emily Moskal, write about coming back home after college and developing a newfound appreciation for all that was in her backyard growing up in Katy.”
—Carter Smith, executive director, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
“Emily’s Houston travel piece is a great mix of nice narrative story with a ton of well-researched history, a trip through time.”
—Tom Harvey, deputy director of communications, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department