Posted by: Bigfoot Evidence on November 23rd, 2011
Forest Service technician pours cattle blood and salmon carcass lure to attract bears to the hair snag corral. [via CrossCut.com]
Bigfoots are safe for now because government funded Biologists aren’t really looking for them… yet. Instead, they are looking for another elusive creature known as the Cascade Grizzly. CrossCut.com has a story about biologists in Washington and their efforts to prove the creatures’ existence in order to persuade the government to provide protection.
Scott Fitkin, a biologist for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has been tracking grizzly bears in the Cascade Mountains for over two decades. Based on sightings and tracks over the years, biologists have estimated that there are fewer than 20 grizzly bears remaining in the North Cascades. Fitkin says he has never seen one in real life. In fact, he had never even seen a photo of one, until this June when photos of a purported grizzly surfaced.
Read more at Bigfoot Evidence.
Photo from the Seattle Times forwarded by Cryptomundian watn6789.
Rare grizzly bear photographed in North Cascades
The first grizzly bear photographed in the North Cascades in about half a century was encountered by hiker Joe Sebille in October. Sebille’s photos didn’t come to light until spring, when he was visiting with a park ranger at Marblemount, Skagit County
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