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Housewarming Party!

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Hidden : 7/1/2011
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Ms. Spizella is having a housewarming party at her new home, so be sure to bring a little gift to trade!

You can do this as a quick nab at the World Bird Sanctuary, but it's more fun to check out the rest of it while you're there!

The World Bird Sanctuary is next door to Lone Elk County Park and Chubb Trail, and are open daily from 8am - 5pm. The World Bird Sanctuary features free seasonal shows, nature trails, educational programs and picnic pavilions. They have free entry and parking.
They also have live displays featuring Bald Eagles, Owls, Hawks, Falcons, Vultures, Parrots, Reptiles and much more!

As the World Bird Sanctuary is a not-for-profit facility we request cachers to help with upkeep if they can. Thanks!

Permissions granted by the World Bird Sanctuary. Created for the World Bird Sanctuary as a student community service project from ITT Tech in Earth City.

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