Dr John Binderson is the man ! in that video with the collection and sighting maps that I want to meet.
I would be honored to meet him and get a tip for pointed expeditions , he has to have valuable insight that could narrow a search (somewhat) with the amount of time / effort he has put into this including the "bigger" foot casts he has on hand.
Capt Morgan that would be most invaluable I could sure use his tips ! , I'll message my email.
I have a thought of using a topographical map to find the epicenter of the numerous secluded areas to search. Such as areas with access to low tide clam beaches and decent sized salmon spawning streams. Somewhere big enough to support a family of 9 foot 1000lbs heavy eaters.
Finding terrain that can support a family of them may be more effective then looking in remote spaces.
Post by Captain Morgan on Feb 20, 2016 2:46:29 GMT -5
I don't see the two being different, but the same. I'm looking for a safer area where they might hunt and eat, and a better place for me to be seen and heard, and a better place to record and not have human interruption. If this weren't the case I could just park by the side of the road any old place and have a beer, save some gas money.
I use topo maps and spend a voracious amount of time spinning the terrain around on google maps.
If a rock is thrown in the forest and no one is there to see it, does Sasquatch really exist?
Post by Cryptosaurian on Mar 7, 2016 22:48:57 GMT -5
That would be awesome if you could pass on that information to us, Captain. I've been quite interested in investigating and researching the Island's cryptid reports for a while-----well, ever since the BCSCC went to Cameron Lake in '09 and 2010; please do pass on that information to us when you have the chance.
"Whether or not the creature(s) exist, the stories certainly do."- Chad Arment
Cryptosaurian is a BCSCC Okanagan Field Researcher/Investigator & an aspiring author. He is currently on the the track of Ogopogo, "The Great Lake Mystery." He is now also investigating thunderbird sightings and enigmatic 'saurian' reports.