Although this was humorous to read, keep in mind you-know-who can, and probably will, take this and use it as propganda against us by telling the public this is SOP for geocachers, which we all know is BS.
> So I just placed a new stache. It is at 106.43212 W by 39.76332 N (go > Buffs!). You need a rope, harness, rappel device and ascenders, and you > might want an extra person to keep watch. > > There was a pair of nesting bald eagles on a cliff, a big deal here, so > they have the area fenced off, but we found a loose bit of fencing and > slipped under. > > We tied off on a tree at the top of the cliff and rappeled down to the > ledge next to the nest. Mamma eagle wasn't too happy to see us, but we > sprayed some mace at her and she calmed down. Rudy bumped the nest and one > of the eggs fell out. Damn but it made a loud sound when it hit the cliff! > Damn rock has 'scrambled eagle' all over it! The Mama eagle couldn't see > cause of the mace and all, so I slipped a rock into the nest to distract > her from the missing egg. > > We jammed the cache into a crack. There wasn't really enough room, but I > widened the crack a bit with my piton hammer, and scraped out the crack, > got rid of a bunch of little flowers that was growing in there. Cute > little things, but I figure they'll grow back, right? > > Once we jumared back up we checked the tree. You should definitely use a > sling when you rappel off the tree, I pretty much rubbed the bark off, but > that's okay, cause trees can regenerate.