Enhanced graduation caps, LSU spring 2013 graduation
The sun rises in a blaze of glory over the LSU lakes.
Studying on the Parade Ground in style.
Eagles nursed at LSU released near Gramercy -
The two eagles had spent approximately a month at LSU’s Wildlife Hospital of Louisiana, where they were nursed back to health. They had arrived at the hospital within days of each other and aren’t believed to be related.
Dr. Javier Nevarez, the Wildlife Hospital director, said the adult female, which is believed to be about 4 years old, was turned over to the hospital after being found near Gramercy suffering from organophosphate toxicity, generally caused by exposure to pesticides.
The juvenile, which is only a few months old, had been knocked out of his nest in Sorrento.
The two birds were released together, Nevarez said, in hopes that the older eagle would serve as a mentor for the younger one.
Tiger bait. #lsu #mikethetiger #audreezy (at LSU - Mike’s Habitat)