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Originally posted by Druscilla
reply to post by RUFFREADY
...Berry bushes in the US are like African Plains watering holes. Lots of tasty animals like birds, from Turkey, to the common Grackle, deer, pigs, antelope, and any number of other herbivorous sorts visit these bushes, and a good predator, like cats (much smarter than you might think you think they are) will blind themselves away in wait for any sort of delicious berry loving animal to come along....
Originally posted by TheHistorian
reply to post by Gordi The Drummer
What do you guys think of using so sort of high powered imagery satellite to monitor an area where there have been reported sightings? Possibly focus in on some large open areas possibly by a watering hole and just see what shows up. If these creatures are intelligent and could have the ability to recognize a trail camera or some other sort of camera as foreign they would probably make an effort to avoid that area, anything out of place might trigger some sort of survival mechanism in the creature to move on from the area. Just a thought. There has to be a way to utlize our technology to gain the upper hand in finding out if these creates exist.
Originally posted by Lonewulph
reply to post by Druscilla
That is impressive D, do you carry any tech with you like thermal cameras, night vision, infra red.... anything like that?
Have you ever had any experiences that you couldn't absolutely explain? I take it you reside in a tent during your expeditions?
I would be so creeped out I think I would need a small RV or small cabin, something with more protective value around me at night.