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    Default What made this sound?

    So I was going to bed last night and could hear a noise outside, even with the windows closed. I opened them up to get a better listen and this is what I heard.

    Night Sound

    Anybody know what it is (not the fog horn from the lower entry light at 7 seconds in)? Sounds like a bird of some sort.

    Or maybe Bigfoot?

    -John

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    Thems the big feets gettin ready for some romance

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    Sounds like an owl to me.

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    2nd on the owls.

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    I think owls is the winner.

    Barred Owls


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    I think you've got an Owl there. But the next time it happens I would send Nora outside to find out for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_in_neenah View Post
    I think you've got an Owl there. But the next time it happens I would send Nora outside to find out for sure.
    Haha. I am sure she would love to do that!

    Heck, I want to build a couple of owl houses and see if I can keep them around. Best mouse/squirrel/skunk elimination there is!

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    In the immortal words of Harry Dunn - " Nice pair of hooters you got there. "

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    an owl for sure
    maybe a young one that hasn;t got the vocal cords yet , which is why the strange ending of its call

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    Aaah, owls, fascinating birds!

    Check out this high speed super-slow motion video of an Eagle Owl swooping in towards a camera at 1000 frames per second. (Recorded at 1000 fps with a Photron Full HD High Speed Camera SA2.) Unbelievably vivid!

    (click →) Eagle Owl (a.k.a. Horned owl) swooping in for a kill.

    Be sure to click the "full screen" icon in the lower right corner of the video window, and click on the little gear wheel in the lower right corner of the screen and set Quality to 1080P HD for the best view!

    Observations:
    If the prey saw the unblinking, unwavering stare of that face zooming in (in absolute silence) it might have a heart attack before the eagle got it!

    Watching the transition-to-approach and slow-flight dynamics in this video is just amazing. As a Pilot myself, it's interesting to watch the owl transition from cruise flight, go through "flaps extension" (more like "slats extension" by the owl) and "gear extension" (though performed somewhat out of order compared to how it would be done in an aircraft with rigid wings), and finally at the end be operating at very high angle of attack, low airspeed, and close to the stall.
    Absolutely Beautimus!
    Last edited by frnash; 09-18-2020 at 06:11 PM.

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    Okay, fer youse what don't like to click on links, here's the embedded YootToob video
    of the Eagle Owl (a.k.a. Horned owl) swooping in for a kill:


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    OK I went from Owl UTube to Hendrix Voodoo Chile which also was a hoot.

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    Barred owl

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    Definitely a Samsquatch. b055effe4b78e5aebc4e95e78eddf066.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Administrator View Post
    So I was going to bed last night and could hear a noise outside, even with the windows closed. I opened them up to get a better listen and this is what I heard.

    Night Sound

    Anybody know what it is (not the fog horn from the lower entry light at 7 seconds in)? Sounds like a bird of some sort.

    Or maybe Bigfoot?

    -John
    They can mimic many animal sounds....and when they do that it sounds like the animal they mimic but oddly off a tad or slightly different towards the end as they mimic....your sound is kinda short but is towards a real owl because its not off if it was a mimic....but here are actual howls....which are rare to hear....but these ARE real Sasquatch howls....see if u can hear some of these in your area but its not likely...if you don't want to listen whole video the sounds are at 4 to 6 mins roughly and 8 to 10 i think.....enjoy....i will try to find real mimic sounds and specifically owl ones....for you doubters.....camp by a swamp like back side of huron mountains for 2 weeks and see if strange **** happens and sounds....if you can ....lol


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    FYI when I say I saw what appears to be a females footprint in the snow....17 inches long but narrow....its just like the middle cast on his shelf in this film....almost identical....long but narrow and very human like and defined with clear toe prints....2 feet of snow....swampy area with non frozen running water and many animal tracks also....mid February....back side mount huron by South RV ROAD area and the falls....kept pulling down trees to block us from going further....we were on sleds....6 of us....all saw human foot prints....it is what it is....once you see that Nothing or noone can ever change your mind regardless of ridicule....peace out....i will b looking again with go pro in hand this time...lol

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    There are no Sasquatch in the UP.

    We've got our UFO's tho....

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    Wrong....and there's 178 people that say so and more that didn't file a report...this is only recently....not counting all the old reports


    Top 20 States for Bigfoot Sightings



    Click on a state for county breakdown and links to individual reports.

    1. Washington, 573
    2. California, 427
    3. Florida, 266
    4. Illinois, 245
    5. Ohio, 240
    6. Oregon, 234
    7. Texas, 199
    8. Michigan, 178
    9. Colorado, 115
    10. Georgia, 114
    11. Missouri, 113
    12. Pennsylvania, 101
    13. New York, 100
    14. Kentucky, 98
    15. Tennessee, 93
    16. Oklahoma, 88
    17. West Virginia, 88
    18. North Carolina, 86
    19. Arkansas, 84
    20. Alabama, 79

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracker View Post
    …Click on a state for county breakdown and links to individual reports.

    1. Washington, 573
    2. California, 427
    3. Florida, 266
    4. Illinois, 245
    5. Ohio, 240
    6. Oregon, 234
    7. Texas, 199
    8. Michigan, 178
    9. Colorado, 115
    10. Georgia, 114
    11. Missouri, 113
    12. Pennsylvania, 101
    13. New York, 100
    14. Kentucky, 98
    15. Tennessee, 93
    16. Oklahoma, 88
    17. West Virginia, 88
    18. North Carolina, 86
    19. Arkansas, 84
    20. Alabama, 79
    Clicky, clicky, clicky, no linkey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tracker View Post
    Wrong....and there's 178 people that say so and more that didn't file a report...this is only recently....not counting all the old reports


    Top 20 States for Bigfoot Sightings



    Click on a state for county breakdown and links to individual reports.

    1. Washington, 573
    2. California, 427
    3. Florida, 266
    4. Illinois, 245
    5. Ohio, 240
    6. Oregon, 234
    7. Texas, 199
    8. Michigan, 178
    9. Colorado, 115
    10. Georgia, 114
    11. Missouri, 113
    12. Pennsylvania, 101
    13. New York, 100
    14. Kentucky, 98
    15. Tennessee, 93
    16. Oklahoma, 88
    17. West Virginia, 88
    18. North Carolina, 86
    19. Arkansas, 84
    20. Alabama, 79
    Just more bs by Tracker. After a few beers even a bear looks like Bigfoot.
    https://www.lansingstatejournal.com/...bate/90298624/

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