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Toomer’s Eagles Return to their Homes

After years of vandalism, erosion, toilet papering, etc., the stone eagles at Toomer’s needed a little work. Thanks to The Lathan Company, whom I’ve been lucky enough to meet on a few occasions (Las Vegas, tailgates, etc), these birds are as shiny and new as ever. Today, they returned to their perch where they have stood for over 50 years.

Here’s a little video about the whole process, with footage of the eagles taking their spots earlier today.

And War Eagle to you, Mr. British/Scottish/Irish stonemason.

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1 comment

TheAuburnGirl 04/17/2012 at 8:26 am

Thanks for posting this. Wondered what was going on. I’ve always loved those eagles, even if they have always been overshadowed by the Toomer’s oak trees.


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