Wildlife on the University campus has a new home thanks to caring local five-year-old Logan.
The budding conservationist wrote to Vice Chancellor Karen Cox after visiting campus and becoming concerned by litter in the Keynes pond and the lack of ducks. Sharing his concerns, Karen invited Logan and his Mum to visit campus and develop some future plans for the pond with our Estates team. This will ensure campus is more attractive for our feathered friends in future, particularly as we move into the summer months. A further addition will be a new poster with advice on the best things to feed ducks, created by Logan himself.
To thank Logan for his help, we recently presented the youngster with a personalised duck house which will shortly be launched on the pond. And a further thank you to him for helping make campus as welcoming as possible for all our visitors, feathered or otherwise!