Melanie Choukas-Bradley has been a long-time freelance contributor to The Washington Post and many other publications. Search the washingtonpost.com archives for synopses of Melanie’s articles, reviews of her books, and feature stories about her work.

Some D.C. activities never get old — no
matter how many times you revisit them

Nature trips that will have you beating a path

Melanie hikes the same path in Rock Creek Park nearly every day, but her experience changes by the days, weeks, and months. Read more in the Washington Post Express article here.


Photo by Toni Genberg

In 2017, Resolve to
Appreciate D.C. Better

... get outside more.

Be one with the trees
"Thanks to its temperate clime and international citizenry, D.C. is home to about 350 species of trees from around the world, and naturalist Melanie Choukas-Bradley is friends with them all."

Read more of Sadie Dingfelder's article in the
Washington Post Express
!

Worried About the Cherry Blossoms? You May Have ‘Phenology Anxiety.’

Read more about this in
Melanie's Washington Post
op-ed here.


(Click on the image to see the story.)

Learn about DC trees -- and the Witness Tree Protection Program with Melanie Choukas-Bradley in the Washington Post Express,
July 27, 2015.


The Washington Post, September 22, 2009

The Washington Post,
Home section,
Thursday, January 20, 2005

The Washington Post,
Outlook section,
Sunday, July 17, 2005

The Washington Post,
Outlook section,
Sunday, July 2, 2006

The Washington Post, Sunday, July 13, 2003


The Washington Post, Thursday, January 14, 1999


The Washington Post, Thursday, May 30, 2002

The Washington Post, Style section, Monday, June 8, 1998

Audubon Naturalist News,
February/March 2007,
Vol. 33, No. 2

The Washington Post, Thursday, January 31, 2002

The Washington Post, Friday, March 9, 2001

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