Campus native fauna captured for inaugural competition

STUDENTS at the University of the Sunshine Coast captured the native fauna of their campus in pursuit of the inaugural Gerard Mills Memorial Prizes for Wildlife Photography.

The late Gerard Mills was a passionate local wildlife photographer who last year received an Honorary Senior Fellowship for his dedication to education and art.

Mr Mills spent almost four years taking more than 30,000 photos of wildlife activity - including rare and elusive species - on the 100-hectare USC Sunshine Coast campus at Sippy Downs.

The winners of University of the Sunshine Coast student's inaugural Gerard Mills Memorial Prizes for Wildlife Photography - Jackson Weaver 3rd, Kate Berry 2nd and Tyler Nicholls 1st.
The winners of University of the Sunshine Coast student's inaugural Gerard Mills Memorial Prizes for Wildlife Photography - Jackson Weaver 3rd, Kate Berry 2nd and Tyler Nicholls 1st.

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