Just like every mouse, Mickey is excellent at hide-and-seek. 

Google "hidden Mickeys" and you'll find numerous blogs (even books!) dedicated to uncovering all the secret Mickey heads scattered across Disneyland. In honor of the park's 60th birthday (June 17th), we found a ton of its hidden Mickeys on Flickr, many of which were snapped by Disneyland superfan and blogger Loren Javier.

Keep scrolling to see where Disneyland hides its Mickeys. 

Can you spot the Mickey hiding in this horseshoe pile at Big Thunder Ranch in Frontierland?

Look down to catch this one in front of the California Adventure.

This cactus at Big Thunder Mountain Railroad is a Mickey "plant."

See that shadow on the ceiling of the now-shuttered Jewel of Orleans jewelry gift shop?

Here's an upside down Mickey at the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in Frontierland.

This one casts a shadow at the main entrance ticket booth.

Here's one on a train handle at the Disneyland Railroad.

You have to tilt your head to see this one at Tarzan's Treehouse in Adventureland.

You can catch this one while you're waiting in line for Gadgets Go in Toontown.

Look closely at the carpet in the Disneyland Hotel.

Here's one on the Daisy level of the Mickey & Friends Parking Lot.

There are tiny Mickeys at Pinocchio's Daring Journey in Fantasyland.

Blink and you'll miss this one spotted from the Columbia Sailing Ship on the Rivers of America in Frontierland.

Of course Mickey's Piano at Mickey's House in Toonland has some hidden Mickeys.

You'll have to squat down low to see this one under a Main Street fruit cart.

Here's one at the Buzz Lightyear Astro Blasters ride in Tomorrowland.

You can eat your lunch out of a Mickey at The French Market in New Orleans Square.

There are tons of tiny blue Mickeys at the Innoventions attraction in Tomorrowland.

Here's another one at Tarzan's Treehouse.

Check out the two Mickeys on the corners of this metal feature at The Mark Twain Riverboat.

This last one's not so hidden.

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