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  • #106419
    Gabriel H
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    I’m still on site. All appendages and head removed. Body cavity emptied. I’ll upload photos and chuck a good video on YouTube later for your scrutiny

    ~Gabe~

    #106421
    SHANNON D
    Participant

    Poachers?

    #106422
    Gabriel H
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    Always a possibility. Or as my 14yr old son said, “The deer fought back, and won” lol. Definitely not a for sure but I think you’ll find the photos interesting

    #106423
    Gabriel H
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    Posted photos. Still in field and video will eat too much data. Will post video to YouTube later.

    Any impressions welcome. Particularly castable ones 😉

    Thanks. Enjoy

    https://vsco.co/bcsasquatches

    #106424
    toomuch
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    Gabe,
    I really enjoy your photos. Without a hunting background, I have no idea about the cause of the dead bear. However, it does look like you’re in prime habitat. While inspecting the bones, have you noticed any bite or blade marks? Keep up the good work.

    #106428
    SHANNON D
    Participant

    Wow, that bear is pulled apart! Either a grizzly, or hmmm what else?

    #106429
    Gabriel H
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    Thanks for the reminder, toomuch, I had wanted to state that but forgot. There’s a type of scavenging bird here that I haven’t identified yet. I noticed two in the air, and therefore looked on the ground under them. There were three more on the ground in close quarters. They appeared to be standing on/around the animal’s abdomen. Sure enough, the bear appeared to have scavenging tatters, primarily on the inside abdominal contents-facing spine. The animal is cleaned out beautifully and there appeared to be no teeth marks on any of the bones that I could otherwise see. Every photo on that VSCO page is taken within an approximate 10 sq mile area, and I haven’t even begun formally investigating north of town ~ where they are for sure. I’ve had most of my audio-based encounters with them on/around one single plateau of about 600′ elevation, approximately 4 miles (crow-style) north of the city. Due to being a single father of three teenagers I’ve had to keep my investigating days within cellphone-reception-range. Now that school is done (as of today) I feel better about starting to investigate this plateau to the north – OUT of cellphone reception.

    Thanks again toomuch

    #106430
    Steven B
    Participant

    Hi Gabe

    I hunt, but the photos don’t strike me as a poacher’s kill. Generally, poachers would kill a black bear and get its gall bladder – there’d be no point in all that dismemberment. Did the area look like a struggle of any kind took place? You may wish to report it to local game authorities…they’d be able to determine if humans were involved.

    #106434
    Gabriel H
    Participant

    Thanks Steven I will consider that.

    SHANNON: lol oversized exceedingly fast ground sloths?

    #106435
    Sam T
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    very interesting. great photos thanks for sharing.

    #106436
    Shelly S
    Participant

    Gabriel-This goes without saying. Please be careful! Great pictures. You got some balls!

    #106437
    Gary R
    Participant

    That’s for sure Shelly. Keep your head on a swivel out there Gabriel. I also agree with Shannon, you’ve run into some real carnage there. Thanks for sharing!

    #106439
    m99
    Moderator

    A Hungry Bigfoot did that, or so “they” say – that BF kill bears, that is.

    #106445
    Gabriel H
    Participant

    Really you guys aren’t into the oversized exceedingly fast ground sloth idea hey? Well okay we’ll go with Sasquatch if y’all say so ?

    Yeah, inconclusive but inner-resting nonetheless. I wish I could grab some of you guys and bring you up here.

    For some odd reason (just sayin…) the video I took refuses to upload to YouTube yet I can watch it fine on my iPhone… That’s alright though. It’s of the same thing, plus a tree line and two small ponds. These things are everywhere. No biggy

    Thanks Sam, Gary, et. all.

    Glad you enjoyed. I will keep the updates flowing as things develop. I wish I could afford some trail cams

    Thanks again guys
    ~Gabe~

    #106446
    Monkey422Paw
    Participant

    Perhaps it was a bigger bear with monkey hands that did this. lol

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