Who Nests There? LbNA # 22008
|Placed Date||May 8 2006|
|Found By||AlishaMisha |
|Last Update||Oct 16 2012 |
Make your way to Bay Bridge Landing….for specific directions refer to Bay Bridge Landing box (I have heard there are hopes of replacing that box.)
Take the trip around the loop and out to the jetty for some fishing or just a great view. Once back at the car find the split boulder, search within to find “who nest’s there?”
The “who” in this nest has a wing span of 54-72 inches, is 21-24 inches long and is brown winged with white underbelly and black stripe upon its face. A remarkably beautiful who! It usually nests upon manmade objects near bodies of water as the diet is primarily fish. Fun facts… they are friendly, they have ears, they hate water (just like to eat from it,) found everywhere except Antarctica and South America and sadly are close to being extinct.
There is no ink in this box so bring markers please… for detail!
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