The green violetear is a medium-sized, metallic green hummingbird species commonly found in forested areas from Mexico to northern South America. The green violetear belongs to the order Apodiformes. Hummingbirds share this order with the swifts, such as the white-collared swift. The name Apodiformes is derived from the Greek words "a pous," meaning "without foot." While apodiforms do in fact have feet, they are quite small and their legs are short and relatively weak. Many birds in this order cannot walk, and thus rarely if ever land on the ground since quick escape from predators is virtually impossible. For this reason members of this order spend a majority of their time in the air.
This is a series of five geocaches. You can find all these geocaches in one walk.
The cartridge can be downloaded here
This cartridge was tested with the iPhone app and worked stable.
Wherigo caches is a less common cache type on Geocaching.com. Like Multi-Caches and Puzzle caches, the Wherigo Cache type will ultimately lead you to a final (physical) cache location.
Before you begin this adventure you will need one of the following items:
1. Wherigo enabled GPS device.
2. A pocket PC with attached gps.
3. An Android-platform device with wherigo compatible app.
4. An iOS-platform device with a wherigo app.
See Wherigo.com for more information.