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Bicton Common

Hidden : 2/12/2006
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

A 35mm film canister – sort of!

Bicton Common is one of 13 commons that make up East Devon Heathland. The commons are laid down on Triassic pebble beds that are thought to come from an area of desert that extended over the English Channel to France. Vast rivers flowed across the basin depositing the layers of pebble beds which we now associate with the commons.
The commons also encompass many areas of historical and archaeological interest, including a hill fort, some seventeen burial mounds and a fire beacon. In addition, East Devon Heathland is nationally important for breeding populations of a number of endangered species, including Dartford warbler and nightjar.
As this cache used to belong to a series (Crossed Lines), with a bonus that is now archived, there is no need to take note of the letters/numbers.

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Onfr bs gerr

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