“He has really stepped up, he has a really good attitude and good behavior that we look for and he is liking his job so far.” CAM 25 took the place of CAM 24 at Grill the Buffs this year, which helped him acclimate to his role as mascot.
“That was a good experience for him to be around people, getting used to being handled, riding in the trailer,” Dideriksen said.
Senior communication student and second-year Ram Handler Sarah Dideriksen said that the whole day was an adrenalin rush, from packing up the trailer to the death of CAM 24 to getting excited for CAM 25.
“Personally, I think it was a bit more of just a rush trying to get through the day before even processing what had happened,” Alexander said.
In 2014, a pair of mated Bald Eagles chose the most idyllic of nest sites within the United States’ National Capital (Washington, DC), nestled high in a Tulip Poplar tree amongst the Azalea Collection at the U. National Arboretum, which is operated by the United States Department of Agriculture. USNA has implemented a backup generator that will kick in if prolonged inclement weather causes the solar array to provide insufficient power to the system. (Kenmore, Washington) traveled to DC to assist the AEF in successfully installing audio equipment in and around the nest tree. This ensures that the Live Q & A box is not overrun with too many comments and questions and also ensures that our moderators are able to provide adequate responses.
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This safe haven is home to a rich variety of fishes, plants, marine mammals and birds.
Just off our decks is Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary—the largest protected ocean area in the continental United States.
According to Peel, the other two lambs that were born this spring were not the quality and stature that Peel expects a CSU mascot to be.
CAM 25, born March 12, 2015, is CAM 24’s half-brother.
Watch the water's surface; you might see a harbor seal poke its head out of the water, or a sea otter wrapped in kelp.
Monterey Bay is part of the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary, a federally protected marine area offshore of California's central coast.
CAM 24 died the morning before the Rocky Mountain Showdown Saturday, and brought young CAM 25 to center stage as Colorado State University’s new mascot.