Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Game Camera Captures for 2017

Large Cardinal stops in front of the game camera. Year date is off.

One of the many techniques many of us use in the quest to capture bigfoot evidence is the deployment of game cameras. The hope of course is to catch an image or video of bigfoot but that is a pretty tough task. One thing that makes this difficult is the shear volume of forest one needs to cover and the limited view range of game cameras. It is basically like looking for a needle in a haystack.
But all is not lost. Game cameras are still an important tool in the field of bigfoot research. The use of game cameras will let us know what kind of animals are in the area. This is needful information as it lets us understand if the area can sustain large animals. If we know what animals are in the area, it can help us identify possible dangers and evidence.

So, I think it is a good idea for us to share some of this years game camera captures. Most things captured are easily recognizable but there are a couple that I don't know what they are, maybe you can identify them.

Here is a short video followed by some more commentary.


As you can see from the video, we have an abundance of deer in the area. There is also a bear hanging around but I knew they were in the area, as I have tracked them. As for the couple of clips where you can't make out the animal, I think one may be a fox or coyote. The other one may be a deer.
For a while I set my game cameras on photo but after having way too many pictures with nothing in them, I started setting the cameras to video. I guess sometimes animals are moving so quickly by that the camera that it can not catch them on the photo setting. I still get some of the videos with nothing in them but not as often. Of course, the camera could be set off by the wind blowing the trees or by a bird quickly passing by.

Date was off, it was 2013.
While bigfoot has proven hard to capture on game camera, it has been done. I have one image that I captured back in 2013. The activity was heavier back then in this particular area. There is still activity but not as much as years gone by. I documented the activity over the years and even released two documentary films about the sightings and evidence. I think the use of game cameras is a must for anyone doing regular bigfoot research in a particular area. I know it is hard to use them if you are just staying one day at a location.
 
Over the years I have experimented with how I set my cameras out. Sometimes I will hide them with moss other times I will stagger them in an effort to cross up a possible bigfoot. It just takes consistency, experimentation and a lot of luck.

So don't give up!   



Thanks
Tom

 
This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.



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