SasquatchSounds.com writes “A group of 7 researchers were on a late fall expedition in the Sam Houston National Forest in Texas. I set up my audio recorder about 150 yards behind our campsite. At about 1:20 a.m. this series of vocalizations began. There are screams , whoops, moans and chatter ( Sasquatch Language). There are at least 2 individuals vocalizing near the recorder. This clip is just over 6 minutes long and represents many aspects of Sasquatch vocalizations and language.”
The Sam Houston National Forest, one of four National Forests in Texas, is located 50 miles north of Houston. The forest contains 163,037 acres between Huntsville, Conroe, Cleveland and Richards, Texas. With land in Montgomery, Walker, and San Jacinto counties, the Sam Houston National Forest is intermingled with privately owned timber lands and small farms.
Summers in the Sam Houston National Forest are hot and humid and winters generally are short and mild. The average summer temperature is 83°F, but mid-summer temperatures often reach the upper 90’s. The average winter temperature is 53°. Rarely do temperatures drop to less than 10° or rise to over 110°. The average rainfall is 44 inches. Normally dryer periods occur during September – October and February – March.