Duck, Duck, Goose Traditional Geocache
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Cache is a painted regular sized rubber made container. Due to the depth of snow Jackson receives during the winter, the cache's hiding spot may be buried during the winter months.
We've been wanting to place a cache here since we moved to the area in early September. We hope you enjoy the area and, the information about our fine feathered friends.
The Trumpeter Swan, Cygnus buccinator, is the largest native North American bird, if measured in terms of weight and length, and is (on average) the largest waterfowl species on earth. Males typically measure from 145–163 cm (57–64 inches) and weigh 11.8 kg (26 lb); females typically range from 139–150 cm (55–60 inches) and weigh 10 kg (22 lb). It is rivaled in size among waterfowl only by the introduced Mute Swan, which is native to Eurasia, but the Trumpeter usually is longer-bodied. Exceptionally large male Trumpeters can reach a length of 183 cm (72 inches), a wingspan of 3 meters (almost 10 ft) and a weight of 17.4 kg (38 lb). Info on the Trumpeter Swan collected form wwww.wikipedia.org.
Congrats to spiritguard on the FTF, 12-6-2008
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