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Wildlife

Our campus is home to a huge range of plants and animals. Caring for them is high on our agenda. Take a look at these fantastic snaps of the many things that live on campus:

  Name Description
Bee hives The Warwickshire Bee Keepers association have an apiary where they keep several hives of bees near the Cryfield Sports Pavillion.
Campus is big Campus is a lot bigger than you might think - it extends quite a way into the woods, fields and farms of Warwickshire.
Campus walks Like walking through the countryside? We have several: warwick.ac.uk/walks
Deer Like our foxy friend, the this chap is a rare sight, but we're glad to have someone this cute living with us. (Picture by Paul Thompson).
Diamond Wood Warwick planted a 'Diamond Wood' as part of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. The wood is made up of over 24,000 native trees.
Foxes This super cute little guy lives here - maybe you'll catch sight of him some time! (Picture by Paul Thompson).
Stream We have a lot of streams on campus, all of them home to plenty of wildlife (ducks included).
Traditional hedges We maintain our hedgerows in the traditional Warwickshire style.