A location in the central Utah mountains, ongoing study area.
This grey log is a location where hominoids hang out, top is used often as its bark is worn and flat rocks were left there.
Left a Redman Salt Rock, as a test idea for its natural minerals and there are females with new youngsters in this canyon. As well as others.
So the apples are taken, slower than the last group. Placed all along the top of the log that covers a ravine and that I can walk under at 6'5".
I stood next to the base of the log where gifts were placed, it came to middle chest just for reference.
Over the next few days the apples disappeared slower.
I noticed in a game camera photo that a large grey male sits on this part of the log.
I wonder if its his spot, thus those are the last apples to be taken.
Part of the study is the behavior and interactions of this group of hominoids.
I estimate 8+ adults, 4 females 3 infants, other various ages from young to teens or young adults.
Where they stay in the shade during the day, and how they behave and interactions with other hominoids in the area (and there are 5 or more on the other end of this canyon)
The study goes on.
Someday I may obtain a cannon camera that will be able to use a SIGMA 60-600mm F4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM | Sports = then way better photos of what I am seeing can be taken and shared.
I currently have a Moto z 2 attached to a Barska 20-60x60mm Spotting Scope.
This is what I am using to take my photos at this time.
At 40 feet to 400 yards, with average targets at 150 -200 yards +
Its hard to get the clear pictures most demand.
These above are from about 200 yards.
Maybe someday if economics change to where I can afford 2-4 thousand for a camera and 1000 + for a good lens then all the many photos I take will become very clear. After researching the Sigma 60-600mm be nice to have one for the study area.
maybe in 5-10 yrs one can save up for them.
Meanwhile, know that there are many photos, some good some not clear for other viewers, but one knows what is happening with the moving hominoid shapes of differing colors and interactions in this location.
Some may Search for Bigfoot go Finding Bigfoot, Research Bigfoot and then others well we actually study what is already located.
So my goals are to document and learn of the behaviors, and some day save up enough $$$$ to acquire good photography equipment.
Until then, will do my best with the tools I have to use, Meanwhile I will post some things on this youtube site as I have time to study and report a fraction of what is happening. Priority is full time job, family, life after all. These hominoids will not be going anywhere. Stephen Huls