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Campus Wildlife Calendar 2017


Featuring some of the most photogenic #beastsofUoN, the University of Nottingham Campus Wildlife Calendar 2017 explores the biodiversity of our outdoor spaces. Featuring 13 photos taken by staff, all proceeds from the sale of the calendars go to Impact: The Nottingham Campaign.

The photos below show wildlife from each UK campus, including a Little Owl at Sutton Bonington, a Kestrel at King's Meadow Campus, Canada Geese at Jubilee Campus and ever-popular squirrels at University Park Campus. 

A number of talented photographers from across the University have contributed to the 2017 calendar. Ian Chetwynd, whose photos inspired the 2016 University of Nottingham wildlife calendar, contributed photos of a number of rare species on campus. Contributions were also provided from Dr Gabrielle Neher, Associate Professor of Art History and creator of the #beastsofUoN hashtag; Lisa Gilligan-Lee, in-house photographer and manager of the University Image Bank; and Dr. Tom Hartman, who teaches on the MSc Biological Photography and Imaging course.

The calendar is available in wall and desk format to pick up on campus, and both are available for UK delivery at a small additional cost.

 

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(A) Cover

(A) Cover
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
Cover- Grey Heron (Ardea cinerea) taken at Millennium Gardens, University Park Campus.About the shot: The heron paid absolutely no attention to anything going on around it, as it was very intent on fishing. I stayed and watched for a long time, but alas, no fish! Taken on an Olympus OMD-10 Mk1. Photo credit: Gabrielle Neher

(B) January

(B) January
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
January- Birds over frozen Boating Lake, University Park Campus.About the shot: Taken as part of a winter photo shoot.Photo credit: Martine Hamilton Knight

(C) February

(C) February
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
February- Kestrel (Falco tinnunculus) taken at Kings Meadow Campus.About the shot: Canon 7D MK II, 400mm Canon lens. F5.6 ISO 100 1/1000.Photo credit: Ian Chetwynd

(D) March

(D) March
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
March- Canada Geese (Branta canadensis) flying over Jubilee Campus.About the shot: An impromptu shot that Lewis managed to capture walking to the Hopper bus after another photo assignment.Photo credit: Lewis Stainer

(E) April

(E) April
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
April- Little owl (Athene noctua) taken at Sutton Bonington campus.About the shot: Canon 7D MK II, 400mm Canon Lens. F5.6 ISO 6400 1/125. In order to get this shot I baited with live meal worms and used my car as a hide. Photo credit: Ian Chetwynd

(F) May

(F) May
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
May- Early Bumblebee (Bombus pratorum) taken at Highfields Park, University Park Campus.About the shot: I wanted a slightly different picture of a bumblebee, to be able to show off the beautiful patterning of its wing, so stretched out on the floor, got the top of the flower into focus and waited… Taken on an Olympus OMD-10.Photo credit- Gabriele Neher

(G) June

(G) June
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
June- Peacock butterfly (Aglias io) taken at Highfields Park, University Park Campus.About the shot: What I really wanted to photograph that day were some baby #beastsofuon, but as I approached the edge of the lake, I noticed the butterfly sunning itself! Taken on an Olympus OMD-10.Photo credit: Gabriele Neher

(H) July

(H) July
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
July: Goldcrest (Regulus regulus) taken at University Park Campus. About the shot: Canon 7D MK II, 400mm Canon lens. F5.6 ISO 6400 1/320.Photo credit: Ian Chetwynd

(I) August

(I) August
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
August- Cinnabar caterpillar (Tyria jacobaeae) taken at Sutton Bonington Diamond Woods. About the shot: Camera used was a Nikon 3DS with 105mm macro lens.Photo credit: Lisa Gilligan-Lee

(J) September

(J) September
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
September- Grey squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) taken at Millennium Gardens, University Park Campus.About the shot: Camera used was a Nikon 4DS with 70-200mm lens set at 200mm.Photo credit: Lisa Gilligan-Lee

(K) October

(K) October
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
October- Fly agaric (Amanita muscaria) taken near George Green Library, University Park. About the shot: Canon 7D. The university campus is a great habitat for fungi, but this was an interesting one because fly agaric are normally associated with birch trees and these had transferred their preference to gum trees by a busy road.Photo credit: Tom Hartman

(L) November

(L) November
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
November- Garden spider (Araneus diadematus) web taken on University Park campus near Tottle brook.About the shot: FUJI HS50 bridge camera. The way that spiders filter insects using silk webs is never seen then so dramatically than on a cold morning with a fine misting of dew on the strands. Photo credit: Tom Hartman

(M) December

(M) December
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Nov 15, 2016
Description
December- Robin (Erithacus rubecula) taken at Highfields Park, University Park Campus.About the shot: Nothing says Christmas and winter like a picture of a robin in the snow, so when it snowed, I headed to the park in search of a robin in a patch of snow. And I found one… Taken on an Olympus OMD-10. Photo credit: Gabriele Nehe
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