Hello again Sasquatch Fans of all Ages…
As always, I hope all is well with all of you.
Today I have a report to share:
On 17SEP2017, some cranberries were discovered on a tree stump by hunters. At first glance, the hunters considered it to be squirrel cache. However, upon further observation it was noted that the berries were not protected or hidden from view as a regular animal’s food cache would be. While it is possible that a squirrel could have placed the berries in such a manner, it would not be a normal behavior. A squirrel just does not place a handful of low bush cranberries in a depression in a partially decomposed tree stump in the manner in which they were observed. Placement by other animals was considered, but once again, it would not be a normal behavior. A bird, martin, weasel or even a bear would be eating the berries from the bush instead of taking time to gather them and place them in a depression.
All members of then hunting party described having the feeling of being watched as they passed through the area. The hunters were under the impression that they may have interrupted a Sasquatch that had been gathering berries as they approached the area since the berries and a couple of leaves were not wilted. They believed that the berries were placed there to be retrieved when the hunters departed the area.
This behavior would require an opposable thumb and demonstrates a higher cognitive ability. A similar behavior has been observed in the area prior to this discovery in which colored plastic beads that were strategically placed by Sasquatch Tracker were found to have been sorted according to color. Considering the past behavior’s similarity to this discovery and two separate reports of Boreal Sasquatch activity within a mile of the berries, this is being attributed to a Boreal Sasquatch at this time.
Godspeed, loyal readers…