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.