Kate Evans is a freelance journalist who lives by the sea in rural New Zealand, but has also called Australia home. She is a regular contributor to New Zealand Geographic, Scientific American, and bioGraphic, and writes about the intersections between nature and culture. You can follow her on Twitter @kate_g_evans.
Of Moths and Marsupials 04.26.2023 Article - The ancient relationship between the mountain pygmy possum and the bogong moth reveals the complexity of global climate change—and the lengths people may have to go to save some species from extinction.
Downward Spiral 06.04.2022 Article - The nautilus’s lineage made it through all five of Earth’s previous mass extinctions. But can it survive the Anthropocene?