The Duck Hawk  LbNA # 18719

OwnerChunna    
Placed DateOct 16 2005
CountyMystery
Location???, MY
Boxes1
Found By(hidden)

Clues

Stamp: Hand Carved

This bird has the distinction of being the world’s swiftest animal; it can reach speeds of close to 200 miles per hour in a downward dive and snatch other birds right out of the air! It is primarily a cliff bird and being on the endangered list has, thankfully, learned to live with humans by making their homes on the ledges of high-rises. Look closely and you may be lucky enough to spot this incredible creation of Mother Nature…. or you can search for my crude facsimile of this amazing creature..

Clues:

Your search starts at the Lee Baldwin Trail. Head south over four bridges and follow the trail to the Beech tree forest. Pass the cul-de-sac on the right, to a rock with a plaque commemorating Robert Taft Olmstead. On the left a short way up the trail you will see a large erratic. Stand with the erratic on your left and look just right of ahead. There is a ‘row’ of three Beeches with the fourth being a triple. The ‘Duck Hawk ‘ is comfortably nesting in the middle this triple.

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