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Sunday, 25 November 2012

Vermont Trailcam "Bigfoot" an Owl?

This just posted by one of my Facebook Friends:
Strong evidence to help conclude the Vermont trail cam photo was perhaps an owl. Original insert by Winona Alexis in which I edited the photo to enhance details and align the two flight paths for better comparison.
Strong evidence to help conclude the Vermont trail cam photo was perhaps an owl. Original insert by Winona Alexis in which I edited the photo to enhance details and align the two flight paths for better comparison.

4 comments:

  1. The problem I have with the owl theory is that
    the camera was in a pine tree only 5 or 6 ' of the ground. the owl would of had to fly through the branches to get to this angle.

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    1. Since owls DO fly though branches in the forest all of the time, I see that as no really big thing.

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    2. I saw a barred owl fly through tree branches trying to get at another bird. This would also explain why its wings were not extended, but folded in, like a falcon's diving for prey.

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  2. I am a big Sasquatch believer, but this is definitely an owl. I suspect that the bird was in the tree that the camera was posted on, which would place the owl only a foot or two from the camera at the time this pic was taken. It more than likely swooped down to grab a mouse or something that had been feeding on the fallen apples. This would also account for the fact that there is only one picture. The camera was triggered as the owl came down from the tree but it was gone before the next picture snapped. This particular trail cam has a 6 second delay between pictures and an owl would have no problem at all exiting the area in about half the time.

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