The multi-cache treasure hunt takes place in Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve (mainly dedicated to wildfowl, hence the title) and is placed with the kind permission and support of Kent Wildlife Trust.
This cache can only be found by finding a series of small business card sized laminates that bear coordinates to the next laminate (and eventually the cache). Each laminate also bears a simple clue to help you find the next laminate - this clue is also listed here on the clue sheet. It may be a good idea to print out this page before attempting the cache as the reserve's map can also be of great use.
Map: Sevenoaks Wildlife Reserve - Kent Wildlife Trust
The published coordinate for this cache represents the location of the first clue sheet.
||Sheilagh guards this clue well
||Look under a resting place, under a small carved mushroom
||What a nice place to sit and take in the vew. The clue could be beneath you...
||This one's hiding under the door of a hiding place
||Look for a tree covered in ivy leaves and you're there!
Please keep in mind that this is a nature reserve. All clues are on public footpaths so you shouldn't stray away from these. Please also respect the fact that most people are there for bird watching, observing nature or fishing.
Kent Wildlife Reserve has ample parking and a visitor centre. I recommend you take some time to visit the centre and also take along a pair of binoculars!
The reserve is open every day from dawn to dusk. No overnight access is permitted. There is no charge for entry but donations are welcome. There is very deep water and under 16's must be accompanied by an adult. Due to the fact that this is a wildlife reserve, absolutely no dogs or bicycles can be permitted anywhere in the reserve.
This cache was originally placed by Eclectic Penguin but has since been handed on for adoption due to relocation.