Angry Birds on the Trail - Telegraph
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This cache is along the Great Southern Rail Trail, a great recreational track for cyclists, horse riders, walkers and joggers alike. There is lots of great scenery to enjoy along the way, and you may even get a close encounter with some of the local wildlife. The carpark listed also has a playground, toilet and picnic table.
At certain times of the year you may find that your wildlife encounters get just a bit too close for comfort. The local birds, especially the magpies, might think that you are a pig coming along trying to steal their eggs. I don’t think they have sling shot launchers, but they will more than likely fly through the air in your direction in an attempt to intimidate you. During these times it’s not uncommon to see walkers carrying sticks to wave around over their heads, and cyclists with antennae sticking up from their helmets. Why should we let a few angry birds stop us from enjoying the trail?
Just near GZ you will find what's left of one of the old telegraph poles. Watch out for any angry birds perched on it, or maybe they are perched in or near a big tree somewhere on the other side ready to attack from behind.
As for the cache, you’ll need to BYO pen, and possibly an extraction tool to get the log out.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum