Furman University - Campus as Habitat

Reflecting Furman University's commitment to the environment and sustainability, Furman University views the campus as a habitat for people and other organisms. To promote greater knowledge about our non-human co-habitants, faculty and students are conducting surveys of various taxonomic groups, listing the species seen on our campus. The goal of these species lists is to make people aware of the rich biodiversity in our own "back yard", and to encourage people to notice, appreciate, value, and preserve this diversity. If you take a picture of a species not listed on the existing pages, please send your picture to Wade Worthen (wade.worthen@furman.edu), noting the date, time, and place, and it will be added to our list as your observation.