So we asked quite a few researchers, some of whom have years more experience than us, about the audio recording we had posted last week. The majority of answers was that it’s coyote/canine of sorts. Others were bobcat, possibly. Just a couple thought it was Bigfoot.
I, myself, have been listening to various so called “squatch” calls this past week, from other websites, YouTube, ect., trying to learn and get a better understanding of what we need to listen for…various tones, pitches, ect. It’s a start, but I’ve found that even those who have been at this longer than we have, have been fooled a time or two.
So the question that comes to my mind is….how does anyone know it’s a Sasquatch call that they are hearing? Yes, I know researchers rely on years of experience, sound graphs and other technology, but in my humble opinion, no one can say, with absolute certainty, that it’s a Bigfoot yell.
Only when a Sasquatch decides to stand in full view, lets you record him, and then lets out a loud, ear piercing howl to show you what he sounds like, will we truly know. For now, it’s individual opinion. I know there are the Sierra sounds, and the Ohio Howl, but I, myself, still find myself questioning. Then there’s the question of how can several people hear the same sound, and they all have differing opinions on what it is?
I don’t know…For now, we’ll all keep searching.
(Oh, and btw…I don’t hear canine in that audio and the Ohio Howl sounds like Bobo. Carol’s opinion 😉😊😁)
Update (again)….here’s a link that was sent to me. The calls heard on this audio file are called the infamous Snohomish files. Many thought it was of a Sasquatch, posted so on BFRO website, but it has now changed and is classified as coyote.
Does sound similar to the one we posted….but….