I first heard about Jaime Avalos' work on www.oregonbigfoot.com. He did an in depth interview with Autumn Williams, about his work, and the Bigfoot sighting that inspired him to begin his field work.
Mr. Avalos has been tracking a group of prints through the Sierras, starting around the Mammoth, California area. He has taken over 100 print casts. His work has been reviewed by, who is considered the foremost authority on Bigfoot print cast research, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Idaho State University. Here is Mr. Avalos' video of a meeting with Dr. Meldrum:
It has been concluded that the cast are mostly from 3 individuals. The cast were taken from locations as high as 11,000 feet, over a 400 mile area. Mr. Avalos has developed a sense for where these individuals will go next, thusly he has been able to obtain numerous casts from multiple locations, of the 3 same individuals.
Mr. Avalos has a library of some 120 videos on his youtube channel, covering his work. The video above, is the latest entry he has made, and has recently posted, that he has more to come.
Please indulge me, but this is purely an idea, a "wish" of sorts, on my behalf. If you are familiar with the areas in the videos, please keep the information to yourselves. I'm sure you'll agree, that one wrong individual, venturing out to one of these locations, could be detrimental to the work Mr. Avalos is conducting, and the individuals, he seems to be building a kinship with. Yes, it's a free country, but if you are a Squatch junkie, like me, you will want to be protective of these individuals he is tracking, and the great stuff Mr. Avalos has been able to accomplish to this point.
I hope you understand my point. "Respect" is where I think I'm trying to go with this. I think that if you are able to watch a few of his videos, you will come to agree with me.
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