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Larry Lesh
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 Posted: March 18th, 2015 10:22 PM  Edit Post Delete post Back to top

Greetings Fellow Researchers,

I finished reading the NAWAC Monogram a few days ago. It contains some useful data on their total failure with the cameras and they discuss the failure and some of the reasons for it. It's an interesting read for anyone interested in the subject and it may save them some time.

It does support my belief and suspicion that the Sasquatch Species avoids any camera trap more out of spotting the cameras as their basic designs don't belong in the environment. A redesign of the cameras to look like stumps, dead tree limbs, rocks or something that does belong in the environment might produce far better results.

An example would be a camera mounted inside a box on a utility right-of-way such as a power line. The box could look just like a connector box or some other supporting utility item and you just might catch the passing wildlife including BF. Just some thoughts and my best,

 
 




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