Puma Paw LbNA # 45612
|Placed Date||Jan 30 2009|
|Found By||Kurious Jo|
|Last Found||Jan 9 2015|
Walk time: about 5 - 10 minutes one way
Trail difficulty: very easy
Status: alive and well on January 2, 2012
Just west of Tucson is a world-renowned natural history museum, wildlife zoo, and botanical garden featuring Sonoran Desert animals and plants in their natural desert settings. There is an admission cost to visit it; however, it is well worth the price.
After entering, obtain a map and go look for the Mountain Lion (“Cougar or Puma”) enclosure. Now look for the Mountain Lion stamping station which is next to the enclosure. Stamp your log book with the Mountain Lion paw print.
Now, go look at all the other exhibits – they are amazing. Plan at least half a day to see it all! You may purchase a special log book on which you can stamp the animal prints from all the stamping stations.
There is no log book for this letterbox; so, please record your find at www.letterboxing.org/ or at www.atlasquest.com/ .
If you live in Arizona or New Mexico or have an interest in letterboxes in those states, you are invited to join the Letterboxing Southwest Discussion Group. Go here to join: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LetterboxingSouthwest/ .
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