Nottingham student wildlife photos

A great portfolio of wildlife photography from University of Nottingham Masters students is showcased in today’s Guardian:

Nottingham has a long history of teaching photography to biologists, right back (ahem…) from when I was a PhD student in the mid-90s, led by Russell Beck, who I once spent a great day with, hunting for emerging tipulid pupae in a Portugese heath-land. Well, it takes all sorts. Happy memories.

Details of the current MSc course in Biological Photogrpahy can be found here:

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