Auburn University Auburn eagle mascot recovering after eye surgery

Tiger's left-side vision unaffected by separate cataract

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Posted: Monday, January 28, 2013 12:31 pm | Updated: 10:25 pm, Mon Jan 28, 2013.

As an educational tool of Auburn University’s Southeastern Raptor Center, Tiger the golden eagle is seen by thousands of people each year. Now the 33-year-old bird can see them a lot better after recently having surgery to remove a cataract from her right eye.

Tiger, also known as War Eagle VI, is recovering nicely after having the procedure performed at the AU College of Veterinary Medicine in December 2012.

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