The campus library at Carleton has been going through a lot of changes. Two years of renovations have added on extra space and changed things around. There's a display case by the main entrance, which can pose some challenges for shooting pics through glass, particularly with the way the area is lit. For several months, a number of preserved animals were on display here. These are from the collection of Michael Runtz, a naturalist.
Runtz is the kind of professor every student wishes they can get to take a class with. His courses consist of his exceptional photography with his commentary about the animals in question. He makes things interesting and engaging, and he's a good storyteller.
A lot of his work takes him into Algonquin Provincial Park to the west of Ottawa. Aside from his academic work here, he's often to be found giving talks in the Park during the summer, and engaging in wolf howls. If you're interested in his work, his guide books and photobooks can easily be found at Amazon.