Trivia: The cuckoo bird was used at the beginning of the movie to point out what a parasitic bird does - secretly lays eggs in the nest of another bird species and leaves them for the different species to raise as their own. Another "brood parasite" that many people might be more familiar with is the Brown-headed cowbird. If all goes as intended, the different species, such as a Cardinal, will take care of the eggs until they hatch and continue feeding fledgings. Sometimes, "alien" eggs are evicted.
Other mistake: Aerial views of Yonder gave the impression that a basic grid pattern was used - parallel horizontal and parallel vertical lines that form right angles; yards were of equal area, either a square or rectangular lot. [However, some of the views from the couple's car as they were trying to find the exit showed some slightly curved roads that didn't fit the grid.] Following the sun as a way out, the couple was jumping over fence after fence - but they could've simply walked along perpendicular roads.
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