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MOOHQ ADMIN March 14, 2008
The MOO Egg Hunt is now open!

Our global team of Egg Hiders have hidden eggs in; London, Montreal, Bordeaux, Oaxaca. Tokyo, Paris, Niagra Falls, Toronto, New York, Brighton, Glasgow, BC, Oslo, Barcelona, Brussels, Silicon Valley, Wellington, Oxford, Konstanz and San Francisco (and Santa Barbara added now too)!

Let the image, clue and map guide you to the right spot, then make a mad dash to be the first to claim the egg. Remember your camera!

Happy Hunting!

Group Description

The MOO Egg Hunt is a global people-powered hunt. With 'eggs' hidden in MOO products, the site, our partner sites and in the 'Great Outdoors', everyone can play to win the glory of being the first to find an egg as well as a shot at some great prizes.

This Flickr group will lead you to all the eggs hidden in the 'Great Outdoors'. There is a geotagged photo of each hidden egg on our map, so check whether there's an egg hidden near you and get looking.

All you need to do is have a look at the images in the group, find out whereabouts the eggs have been hidden and you're good to go.

(We find the easiest way is to browse through the photos, find out which cities have eggs, and then go to the map and use the search tool to pull up the eggs hidden in each city.)

For more information on how to take part visit

Group Rules

Hello and thanks for your joining in the MOO Egg Hunt. Good luck!

IMPORTANT: Only group admins are able to add new images to the group photo pool and geotag them on the Egg Hunt map. This is to make sure that all the images in the group point to 'official' eggs.

However, Egg Hunters are welcome to post comments and because it is possible to include images in comments, posters must abide by the following rules;

1. Pictures you post to this group may be used on and other partner sites for the purpose of the Egg Hunt only. You retain all copyright to your images.

2. Please don't add any content to this group giving away locations or clues to the will spoil the fun for everyone else. And posts/images that appear to give away too much information about eggs hidden online or in the 'Great Outdoors' may be removed.

3. You are welcome to post pictures of you finding the egg as long as it gives away no more information that is in the original image of the location.

4. By posting a picture this group, you are confirming that you agree to the Terms and Conditions ( for the competition.

5. Information you need about the competition is in the group description, and there's LOTS more at

Additional Info

  • This group will count toward the photo's limit (60 for Pro members, 30 for free members)
  • Accepted content types: Photos, Videos, Images, Art, Screenshots
  • Accepted safety levels: Safe
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