You Might See An Eagle LbNA # 14656
|Placed Date||Apr 23 2005|
|Last Found||Apr 20 2015|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
1. Locate the Lactose-Tolerant Royalty of Sanibel Island
2. Park next to the refuse collection system
3. Look up to your right for the Australian Pines and up another 40 feet. There you will see an eagle’s nest. This nest was built after the 2004 Hurricane Season and the two adults were named by the locals Charley and Francis. In April 2005 when this box was planted, two very large babies were still present.
4. Now look to your left with the refuse receptacles to your right. Count two places. Do you see the strangler fig torturing a hidden banyan tree? In the heart of the tree only feet from the lot and 36 feet below the level of the nest “You Might See an Eagle”
This was planted by LindaFay and her daughter GretchenF on vacation in Sunny Florida. The stamp was carved by the golfing son/brother Carlfay. If you visit this box, please reposition it carefully as we won’t be back till next year! Box carefully, this can be very busy.
There is a $6 fee to cross the bridge from the mainland to Sanibel Island