Mark is available to lecture on tropical exploration and the societies of humans and other animals.

Conservation and the behavior of humans and animals don’t need to be presented as dry statistics and dismal news.  Mark challenges himself to find new ways to tell stories about the little-known in the natural world. Through his scientific knowledge and unique, first-hand experiences around the world, he introduces a Universe of special creatures in his smart, adrenaline-packed appearances.

And despite the seriousness of his topics he keeps his presentations fun, accurate, and fascinating. "You haven't lived until you've seen Dr. Moffett imitate the mating dance of a frog or praying mantis," proclaimed retired editor Mary G. Smith at one of his lectures for the National Geographic Society. Below is a spot-on portrait of Mark in action by the master New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast.

Comedy show

Mark even tries his hand at standup at New York venues like Gotham and The Creek & the Cave.

College and university talks:
Theo Moll, Vice President
Keppler Speakers
3030 Clarendon Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
Corporate talks:
Deborah Benson Walsh
National Geographic Speakers Bureau