Every walk can turn into a wildlife walk if you slow down and take a bit more time.
Kingston University Biodiversity Action Group are running a competition this week to find out what wildlife we can spot as we go about our everyday business.
This can include walks:
- between buildings on campus
- between campuses
- from your bus/train station/ car park to your desk
Any photos of wildlife taken between the 20-28th of Feb on one of your walks are eligible. Judging takes place the week after the competition, with the best photograph receiving a jar of KU Fed By Learning Honey.
Submit your photo with your name, contact details and any details of editing to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5pm on Sunday 28th February 2016
Terms and conditions:
Photos can be taken on phones/cameras – if they are edited (cropped etc.) the edits have to be clearly listed in the submission
Photos can be taken anywhere in the world, i.e. if you happen to be on a field trip with your course etc. but you have to be able to collect your prize in person at Kingston University (UK).
By submitting a photo you have implied that the photo is your own work and that you are providing Kingston University the right to use it in digital and printed communications (e.g. the biodiversity blog or the newsletter etc.)
Picture Credit: Fox Photographer . Available at: http://bit.ly/1SPOkgw