|Note the lack of overgrowth meaning very wide and tall animals are moving|
This trail leads down to a major river in Florida and it begins in an area of large Ferrel pig activity. A Bigfoot would have food and water at an inexhaustible supply. The permanent residents here may stay year long, hence the vegetation for cover, and the summer heat that keeps people out of here.
The forest ranger confirmed with me that this trail is not official, and not used by hikers. He speculates hogs made it. But, how do you explain the lack of overgrowth? Something much taller then me is forging this trail.
|The opening into the Bigfoot trail|
Night operations would be the way to do this in both locations. I would want some type of FLIR or have others with me. I know how to get into this area after dark. We would be entering at our own risk - which would be considerable.
Long before Tiger wears red in the Masters, I want to form a team to work these areas. I know we are close to finding habitat areas of non-migratory skunk apes.