Are there Bull frogs around there? I could swear that is what it sounded like... to me.
Good thinking that wildlife may use avenues such as corridors for power lines. If other "sightings" are reported around there, might be a good place
to install night shot IR cameras. Especially on worn game trails. Then you see what is what.
Edit: There is little hope of sneaking up on them. Judging by the audio, they would hear you coming for miles.
edit on 6-5-2012 by intrptr
I didn't hear or see anything on the video.
If as you say, BF uses high tension wire areas like highways, what's to prevent you from mounting trail cams on the high tension wire support
artificial man man equipment mounted on man-made equipment methinks would be less conspicuous than cameras mounted on trees, if, as is thought, BF is
keenly aware of its surroundings and can spot a trail cam in a tree and knows how to avoid it.
just a thought.
Originally posted by Manhater
I don't see anything, but just because they don't have the internet, they should be able to live like you and I if they are minding their own
I also did not see anything in the video "still" let alone at regular speed. Might be a trick of the shadows in the forest but nonetheless I do
believe these creatures exist. It is interesting that you picked up the "whoop" upon review and not live. It would also be interesting to go back at
night and try and see if the noises are louder.
Ok honestly I didn't see anything on the video and I barely heard the sound. Now maybe you should find out if other people in that area have seen or
heard anything unusual lately. A trail cam would be a nice idea if you can afford it. (I personally cannot) Here in NJ people have also claimed to
have seen Bigfoot but I think alot of the time its city folks who are not used to seeing black bears in the south jersey area. For some unknown
reason people think animals dont travel around much LOL!! I would take the time to find out if there are any migrating animals or birds in the area
that would produce that kind of noise first just to root out all other explainations first.
Interesting. Nothing certain, but the sound didn't really seem like a motor or anything, and there was something behind those trees. Can you take
more film or pictures there, and see if whatever that was still shows up? Comparison shots, new pics to the stills from the video, would show if
something was there and moved. Maybe get a local wildlife person to listen to the sound, see if they can ID that. My first impression there was
"bear", but I am not an expert. Worth looking into, though.
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