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« Thread started on: Oct 30th, 2014, 11:42pm »

Wow, a ton of info there, I breezed thru most of it, but bookmarked it so I could further dive in.

One thing stood out for me was that from what I have heard/read Big foots DO hunt in packs, they are ambush hunters!
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« Reply #1 on: Oct 31st, 2014, 08:26am »

I wondered about that myself. Esp since I heard three tree-knocks that time around me and about the bears hunting in groups.
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« Reply #2 on: Oct 31st, 2014, 09:19am »

There were some other observations that I hadn't mentioned yet. One in particular concerned a moose calf. The mother was taken. Either a predator or human hunter. But for three nights and two days her calf ran all around and bawled. But it had help. Birds I have yet to identify (I referred to as alert birds in my field notes). Every time the birds changed to a higher pitch, the moose calf would change direction. It was as if the birds were alerting the calf to dangers around it. I never seen the birds around otherwise. Another thing, one time we came back to camp to find something had been there and had left in an awful hurry. But a bird, quite sociable too (surprisingly so it even tried to befriend the dogs), remained at camp and visited with us for a few days. I wondered if perhaps Bigfoot might have some birds who help them out. Just like cattle and horses have birds who ride on their backs once in a while. I will be headed back out next summer. See what else I can learn. I still need to identify that bird too. I have photos of it somewhere among my discs here.
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« Reply #3 on: Oct 31st, 2014, 11:55am »

on Oct 31st, 2014, 09:19am, BarbCampbell wrote:
There were some other observations that I hadn't mentioned yet. One in particular concerned a moose calf. The mother was taken. Either a predator or human hunter. But for three nights and two days her calf ran all around and bawled. But it had help. Birds I have yet to identify (I referred to as alert birds in my field notes). Every time the birds changed to a higher pitch, the moose calf would change direction. It was as if the birds were alerting the calf to dangers around it. I never seen the birds around otherwise. Another thing, one time we came back to camp to find something had been there and had left in an awful hurry. But a bird, quite sociable too (surprisingly so it even tried to befriend the dogs), remained at camp and visited with us for a few days. I wondered if perhaps Bigfoot might have some birds who help them out. Just like cattle and horses have birds who ride on their backs once in a while. I will be headed back out next summer. See what else I can learn. I still need to identify that bird too. I have photos of it somewhere among my discs here.


Hi Barbara, I would love to hear more about the birds because I have no doubts about birds giving warnings. I had a pet blue jay who warned me when snakes were around. He went from a chirp to a squawk and even became animated. So warning a calf or other animal is highly likely.
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« Reply #4 on: Oct 31st, 2014, 3:02pm »

Ok. Just added it as PDF file too. So folks can download it. View it offline etc. Hope this helps.

Now available as .PDF file https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B628fTXKjY43RDFlanFxWHZaX1k/view?usp=sharing
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« Reply #5 on: Nov 1st, 2014, 12:15am »

I know I have read about multiple cases from multiple sources about BF's doing Bird and other Animal calls. People say how they do not sound quite right, they are always off just a little bit or they morph two different birds together.

Did any of the bird calls sound weird or slightly out of the ordinary?
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« Reply #6 on: Nov 1st, 2014, 10:45am »

Hi Dan and Mythos. I don't believe I heard any strange bird calls, but I do believe Bigfoot would mimic birds and any other animal if it served a purpose. Owls should be easy for them too. That sociable bird maybe helps out with keeping certain bugs off of the back of Bigfoot. A groomer of sorts. I will look for the photo of the bird this week. It's somewhere in my pile of discs. I do have sound recordings of those 'alert birds' and the moose calf bawling when it was running around those three nights and two days. These birds had a sort of 'reflector' on the underside of their wings. Glowed when lit up. Never saw them in daylight. Night time was too difficult to identify them.
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« Reply #7 on: Apr 30th, 2015, 7:44pm »

I am new here and realize that this thread has been inactive for a while, but am very interested in this idea of Bigfoot and his relationship with other animals.

We see different species interacting in the wild all the time, so it would be logical and natural, assuming Bigfoot is real (and I am convinced there is an unknown species we call Bigfoot) this creature would also have interactions with other species. It might even mimic the calls of other animals and birds.

A friend whom has been doing some research into this, has had a Bigfoot make bird calls, in response to his actions. According to him, this creature seemed to be 'talking' with a second creature some distance away from him, as if alerting the other creature to the presence of a human. The sounds began before he noticed they were coming not from up in a tree or in the air but at about eye level, and from behind a tree. The calls were imitating a woodpecker, but not perfectly.

He has set out bait and camera traps in that location but the Bigfoot or more than one, seemed to have moved to a new location.

I would like to hear more on this aspect of Bigfoot possibly interacting with birds and other wildlife, thanks in advance.
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« Reply #8 on: May 1st, 2015, 09:02am »

on Apr 30th, 2015, 7:44pm, Oroblanco wrote:
I am new here and realize that this thread has been inactive for a while, but am very interested in this idea of Bigfoot and his relationship with other animals.

We see different species interacting in the wild all the time, so it would be logical and natural, assuming Bigfoot is real (and I am convinced there is an unknown species we call Bigfoot) this creature would also have interactions with other species. It might even mimic the calls of other animals and birds.

A friend whom has been doing some research into this, has had a Bigfoot make bird calls, in response to his actions. According to him, this creature seemed to be 'talking' with a second creature some distance away from him, as if alerting the other creature to the presence of a human. The sounds began before he noticed they were coming not from up in a tree or in the air but at about eye level, and from behind a tree. The calls were imitating a woodpecker, but not perfectly.

He has set out bait and camera traps in that location but the Bigfoot or more than one, seemed to have moved to a new location.

I would like to hear more on this aspect of Bigfoot possibly interacting with birds and other wildlife, thanks in advance.
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« Reply #9 on: May 4th, 2015, 02:08am »

Thank you!
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« Reply #10 on: May 6th, 2015, 11:51pm »

Hello Oroblanco and welcome, where are you located?

I have been studying Bigfoot encounters for sometime now and as I said above they DO mimic other animals.

There is one report from a Police Officer in Oregon who not only heard them making coyote calls (to lure in coyotes) then witnessed them grabbing them by the hind legs and smashing their heads against trees!

My "guess" is that Sasquatches mimic other animals to lure in their next meal!



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« Reply #11 on: May 11th, 2015, 01:55am »

I am in South Dakota, not known as a hotspot but there are a lot of sightings which are never made public.

I used to live in PA, and there were two instances near where we lived that a bigfoot (or something) tore dogs into pieces and threw the pieces into tree tops. I did not see this but knew the individuals involved.

Anyway there is a recording on the BFRO site of some strange howling, thought to be a bigfoot, in a canyon not far from Rapid City which is in my area. If Bigfoot are mimicking other animals, it may help to locate them and get good photos. Thank you for the reply.
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« Reply #12 on: May 27th, 2016, 6:19pm »

I have heard one mimic a squirrel,but you could tell it was a much bigger animal doing it.They are also very tactical in their hunting and evading take this report http://bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=6486
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