In this photo provided by Washington State University, two of nine baby great horned owls whose nests were destroyed and are being raised by veterinarians at the school are seen Monday, April 23, ... more 
In this photo provided by Washington State University, two of nine baby great horned owls whose nests were destroyed and are being raised by veterinarians at the school are seen Monday, April 23, 2012, in Pullman, Wash. The babies, five from one nest and four from another, are being hand-fed cut-up mice soaked in water until they are strong enough to eat on their own. The first four were brought to the university April 13 at roughly one week old. Just four days later, the second group arrived at only a few days old. (AP Photo/Washington State University, Linda Weiford) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Washington State University, Linda Weiford
Wed, Apr 25, 2012 6:19 PM EDT