Leach Botanical Garden - Bull Dog Ants LbNA # 15694
|Owner||Double Tree |
|Placed Date||Jun 8 2005|
|Found By||SorensenFam |
|Last Update||Jul 9 2010 |
Leach Botanical Gardens - Bull Dog Ant
Designer: The Cheetah You Can't Beatah
Status: Alive and well.
Last reported: June 8, 2005
Hitchhiker friendly? Yes.
Child friendly? Yes.
Wheelchair friendly? No.
Time: 10 minutes from Sleepy Hollow Gate
Recommended Equipment and links:
1. Garden Information: http://www.portlandparks.org/Gardens/LeachBotanicalGar.htm
2. Pick up Trail Information/Map at Entrance
3. Bull Dog Ant Information: http://www.no-pest.com/BulldogAnt.htm
12/2/05 If you are saying to yourself "I thought Grow in Grace placed this box" -- you are right. They have moved, so I've adopted their 4 boxes for them, but all credit goes to them for carving and placement. Would love to hear all comments on box condition -- Double Tree.
If Bull Dog Ants are found on every continent go to the North side of Johnson Creek.
If Bull Dog Ants are found only in Australia and surrounding islands go to the South side of Johnson Creek.
If Bull Dog Ants are venomous go to the Stone Cabin.
If Bull Dog Ants are not venomous go to the Outdoor Fireplace.
Find the stairs leading up hill to the south that have a handrail.
When you reach the top of the stairs go to the…
Left if Bulldog Ants Queens are one of the few insects that can determine if her eggs can be male or female.
Right if Bulldog Ants Queens can not determine if her eggs can be male or female.
Go 40 7 year old steps until you reach what appears to be a stone storage shed.
Pass the Cedar and the Fir on the right side of the trail.
The Bull Dog Ant is hidden under one of boulders immediately following the two trees.
Based on the eating habits of the Bull Dog Ants:
If the Bull Dog Ant eats bulldogs it is hidden under the first boulder.
If the Bull Dog Ant eats boulders it is hidden under the second boulder.
If the Bull Dog Ant eats plant leaves and stems; small insects and nectar from plants and flowers it is hidden under the third boulder.
The Bull Dog Ant is covered by numerous small rocks, please carefully hide her again.