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Every year throughout the month of October, hundreds of homes and businesses decorate their own, one-of-a-kind scarecrows as part of the Cambria Scarecrow Festival. The festival runs until Oct. 31. A map to the scarecrows can be found at cambriascarecrows.com. Some of the scarecrows have QR codes where you can scan to read all about them and who created them. Happy scarecrow hunting!

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A scarecrow family making their way down Moonstone Dr.

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“Miss Cambria,” created by Dr. Crow.

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“Father Time,” created by Brayan Pena.

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Cambria’s No. 1 tourist. Find him on Main St.

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“Spookytime Kitty,” created by Chad and Christie Carroll.

“We’ve been putting one outside of our pet supply store every year since it started about six or seven years ago. It’s so much fun for us and the rest of the community,” Christie Carroll said.

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A bird lady spotted on Moonstone Beach Dr.

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Cambria’s own princess strutting her stuff on Main St.

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The scarecrow version of Little Red Riding Hood isn’t quite as endearing as one would imagine.

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Be careful with this guy; he’ll blow your house down!

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