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Photo by Kate Wattum. Shearing is an learned skill that takes the pros about two minutes per sheep to shear. Underneath all this wool is our ram Weasley. My sheep need to be patient for about 30 minutes each. Wrangling a sheep is tricky business as these soft puffball looking creatures are very strong. We have three ewes, one ram and four lambs, which were born in mid-January.
Photo by Rachel Voris. During the UAF Staff Appreciation Day, Butrovich workers were invited to attend the annual LARS Tour, which featured muskox and new born calves.
Photo by Leah Glasscock-Sanders. A cow moose and her day old calves.
Photo by Leah Glasscock-Sanders. Mittens near Monument Valley.
Photo by Leah Glasscock-Sanders. Moody Sky over the Painted Desert area in the Petrified Forest National Park.
Photo by Leah Glasscock-Sanders. Windows at Arches National Park.
Photo by Leah Glasscock-Sanders. South Rim Grand Canyon.
UA College Savings Plan staff prepared a special day full of celebration in honor of 529 Day!
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