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Cows Invade Madison


A herd of 101 painted, costumed, and whimsically transformed cows have invaded the Capitol City. They are part of CowParade Wisconsin 2006 and they will be on display throughout Wisconsin all summer.

This week they're in Madison, mostly downtown and around campus. Check out the Cow Locator for the exact locations. Or if you can't make it to Madison, take a look at some Cow Parade images on Flickr here and here.

This cow is located near the Law School on the corner of University and Park. It's titled the "Mookal Leckrone" in honor of famed UW Badger Band director, Michael Leckrone, who apparently flew in on a cow to a band concert this year.