June 06, 2005

Think there're a lot of ducks on campus?

Writing about web page http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,1500027,00.html

Well apparently, according to a study someone did, Warwick is fourth in terms of the number of ducks per pond, with an average density of 5.8. Will the university be proudly posting this on its website I wonder.

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  1. woohoo! good to see that the important stuff is being recognised

    06 Jun 2005, 18:44

  2. Stuart Coles

    There's not as many as there were a couple of weeks ago…if you see a fat-looking magpie you'll understand why.

    06 Jun 2005, 20:49

  3. This comes as a great shock to me. I who have a phobia of birds, and didn't apply to York as I heard it had lots of ducks.
    Yes I have noticed that there are a lot of ducks around.

    08 Jun 2005, 00:12

  4. There's a fantactic quote from the university press office in the Coventry Evening Telegraph

    "We have always said that Warwick is in the top five in league tables for research and teaching and now this shows we are all we are quacked up to be!"

    Badoom-tss.

    11 Jun 2005, 00:19


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