Wildlife Society of University of Suffolk

Wildlife Society

Wildlife Society

Passionate about wildlife? Want to save the planet or just check out some cool moths? Join Wildlife Soc!

Whale hello there! University of Suffolk’s student-led Wildlife Society aims to give everyone the opportunity to learn about nature, and welcomes students from all backgrounds who share an interest and appreciation for wildlife! Don't worry — you don't need any specific koalafications to join our society!

Join us in gaining skills in ecology and conservation, helping local projects and learning more about the world’s wildlife. You'll meet like-minded people, and might even make some new friends who are into the same kind of obscure newt as you.

We are an up and coming society, with lots of plans for exciting opportunities and events, including socials, cross-society collaborations and trips — come along and get involved!

Commitee Members 2020/21:

President: Alex Ward

Treasurer: Tom Riffel

Secretary: Charlotte Beck

Wellbeing Officer: Ceri Archer

Social Secretary: open

Check out our Instagram @uoswildlifesoc and Facebook UOS Wildlife Society to keep up to date with our wild adventures — we're toadally excited to see you!





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Creating Wildlife Gardens on Campus
17th March midnight - 30th September midnight
University of Suffolk Campus
In collaboration with Justine Oakes, the sustainability manager at the UOS, and Carrie R. a 3rd year Ecology / Conservation Graduate, we are creating wildlife gardens which include native planting, animal shelter and habitat connections.
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