This geocache is available during normal (daylight) business hours only. See website. Security measures are in effect. There is no requirement to enter the business, but you should. Follow the yellow feet. You'll be glad you did.
Cool Facts: Occasionally, when Great Horned Owls kill more prey than they can eat, they cache the remains for later use. Great Horned Owls will also incubate frozen food until it thaws and can be eaten.
I wonder if there's one around here anywhere? Oh, look, there -is- one!
Renowned for ferocity, Great Horned Owls kill and eat small to medium mammals of many kinds, especially hares and rabbits. Great-Horned Owls also eat skunks, which are sometimes such a prominent part of the diet that both bird and nest may smell of musk. A woodland with resident Great Horned Owls usually lacks any other raptors in the immediate vicinity.
Great Horned Owls are one of the largest of North American owls--about the size of a Red-tailed Hawk. They are very bulky with large heads and long ear tufts. They are generally warm brown on the upperparts, spotted with darker brown, black and whitish. The throat is white, contrasting with the darkly splotched upper breast. The brownish-buff underparts are paler toward the belly and barred. The legs and feet are thickly feathered with only the talons exposed. The eyes are large and yellow.
He's not the cache, but he's looking for it....