- 2018-06-11 at 10:02 #1903
In an attempt to get more discussion going on the forum, I’ll post an interesting photo I found when I was reminiscing about my field work when I worked in remote areas. Rarely I would find “sasquatch” shaped prints in the moss, some relatively fresh, and some more old looking like this photo. What do you guys think? I wouldn’t have bothered to take a photo if I didn’t find it interesting when I was there. I totally forgot about even taking it.2018-06-11 at 10:30 #1907
I might as well add the photos of the single potential print I found earlier this spring as well. It is very hard to make out in the photos, but you can see the toes. I tried to mess with contrast etc to get it to show better for a few photos.
2018-07-10 at 18:27 #2010
Thanks for adding these photos, we appreciate it. Unfortunately our Facebook page is sort of stealing what would normally be posted on a forum.
What I may end up doing is knocking this message bird down to a single General Discussion forum and launch a separate private section just for researchers in Alberta to bounce ideas off of.2018-07-10 at 21:35 #2013
That makes sense. There isn’t a ton of traffic on these forums.2018-07-21 at 18:30 #2057
Yup, I’ve been checking in off and on, but haven’t been out anywhere this summer, with renos going on etc. Hopefully I can get out before I go back to work. Oh, interesting photos Driller.
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