DR. HOWARD SHERIDAN ’65 has taken thousands of nature photographs, some which required travel by plane, by boat, and by boot, but many also happened serendipitously. Sheridan has donated 17 photos to the new Joseph Hernandez Hall, where they are on permanent display.

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Sauna Break

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

The Imposter

Fort Myers, Florida

On the Prowl

Sand Game Reserve, Mpumalanga Province, South Africa

Food Fight

Rausu, Menashi District, Nemuro Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan

High Alert

Madison Mountain Range, Montana

Beauty Spa

Rausu, Menashi District, Nemuro Subprefecture, Hokkaido, Japan

Is This My Best Side?

South Georgia, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Southern Atlantic Ocean

Bubble Netting Whales

Prince Rupert, British Columbia, Canada

Gentle Giant

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda

Hungry Chick

South Georgia, Southern Atlantic Ocean

Rise and Shine

Seal River, Manitoba

Calm before the Storm

Antarctic Peninsula

Raven Rainbow

Yellowstone National Park

Fisherman in the Mist

Yellowstone National Park

Nuzzling Newborn

Yellowstone National Park

The Stare

Katmai National Park and Preserve, Alaska

Safe Refuge

Ten Mile Linear Park, Fort Myers, Florida

Howard Sheridan Howard Sheridan DR. HOWARD SHERIDAN ’65 received his M.D. from Tulane Medical School in 1969. He practiced interventional and diagnostic radiology in Fort Myers, Fla. In 1981, he established Fort Myers Radiology Regional Center and Radiation Therapy Services, Inc (RTSI). He has served as chair of RTSI and 21st Century Oncology. In 1997, he founded Edison National Bank and is chairman of Edison Bancshares, Inc. His love of fishing and diving as a young boy led to an interest in underwater photography. After retiring in 2004, he began to concentrate seriously on wildlife photography, traveling from Alaska to Antarctica to photograph animals in their natural habitat. His award-winning images have been published in many magazines, including National Geographic. Dr. Sheridan and his wife, BRENDA ’65, are actively involved environmental conservationists. They hope his photography will inspire to protect and conserve our planet’s wildlife and habitat.