Simon D. Pollard

A frequent contributor to Natural History over the past twenty years, Simon D. Pollard is adjunct professor of science communication in the College of Science at the University of Canterbury. He has written and illustrated with photographs a number of children’s books in New Zealand and the United States and has twice won the LIANZA Elsie Locke Medal (previously known as the Young Person’s Non-Fiction Award) with I Am a Spider (Raupo, 2001) and Dear Alison (Penguin, 2009). Pollard has also been an advisor, scriptwriter, and presenter on a number of natural history documentaries, including the BBC’s Planet Earth.

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Recent Stories

The importance of food, jealousy, and paternal care in the evolution of owl monkey monogamy

La importancia del alimento, los celos y el cuidado paternal en la evolución de la monogamia en el mono mirikiná

Comparing the rewards of small-scale farming to those recounted by Thoreau

Conspicuous armaments are good visual proxies for fighting ability.