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We woke up this morning, and had a visitor.
His wings were clipped, so he couldn't fly.
We thought he might like a neighbor,
So we found a place nearby,
Lots of his feathery friends,
Call this place their roost.
Visiting his new home depends
On if you can get a boost.
This cache is found in a very busy park, frequented by both fowl and people. We couldn't find a suitable location low enough, so we had it place it higher that we would have liked. We hope you'll enjoy the hunt. Please replace exactly how you found it. You may pet the cache, but don't disturb his home. There are some pieces of string like the ones that hold the nest to the branch that are designed to hold the cache container in. Just slip him under the strings, they're already knotted, and the wind won't move him. We set it up and tried it, but everyone seems to forget to put the strings back over him, so he falls out.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:41 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum