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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

September 20, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Life & Culture

The animals of the Ithaca College campus

The Ithaca College Natural Lands ecosystem has many animals.  Here are a few that may be seen there or around campus.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN A falcon perches on a birdhouse by Muller Chapel.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN A goose rests nearby Muller Chapel.   Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN A deer gazes at the camera while plodding through the Natural Lands.  Sam Fuller/THE ITHACAN A robin looks for food in the morning near Muller Chapel.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN Sitting atop a log, a chipmunk searches for food and predators.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN A woodpecker pauses from pecking atop a tree branch in the Natural Lands.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN Geese make their way to the pond nearby Muller Chapel.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN A chipmunk rests on top of a stick in the Natural Lands.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN A fawn peers from the forest as the sun sets on the Natural Lands.  Additional animals can be found in the Natural Lands and throughout campus.  Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN
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A fawn peers from the forest as the sun sets on the Natural Lands. Additional animals can be found in the Natural Lands and throughout campus. Jacob Sullivan/THE ITHACAN

Audio Clip: Sounds of the natural lands.