Say hello to Ruth Bader Ginsbird and Sandra Day O’Sprey.

Two osprey chicks hatched in a nest above the University of Oregon School of Law earlier this month have been named for U.S. Supreme Court trailblazers Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sandra Day O’Connor. The law school held a naming contest for the chicks, whose gender is unknown, and Ruth Bader Ginsbird received the highest number of votes. Sandra Day O’Sprey was the second most-popular name. The school received more than 150 suggestions, and narrowed the field to 30 before letting voters weigh in. Voting was open to the public.

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