Sierra Tahoe Bigfoot Research

This site is dedicated to the research of bigfoot, and it's habitat, in the Tahoe and outlying Sierra region of Nevada and California. We listen to witnesses who want to talk about their experiences, and keep them confidential unless otherwise requested. Our mission is to learn as much as we can about the possible existence of the sasquatch, in the hope that we can all gather a better knowledge of the species, then ultimately, we as a race understand that it's habitat, and way of life, must be protected.

Friday, June 8, 2012

Bigfoot: A Trip into the Sierras

A fellow sasquatch enthusiast, Barry, contacted me a few months back, and we traded some ideas back and forth in regards to him wanting to take a trip up to the Sierras to do some scouting around. He was gracious enough to share some pictures for us to enjoy of a couple trips he took over the past few weeks.

Though he didn't have any interaction, he did come across an interesting tree break that he didn't notice until he got home. Below is a great game cam picture, where he captured a picture of a coyote, but also on the right side of the photo, there is a small pine tree with the top snapped and hanging down. It is a rather sharp break that could be explained as snow load, but because of the nature of the clean break, I think it could have been snapped by other means. Nonetheless, it is a great photo.

Desolation Wilderness game cam pic with coyote and tree break on the right (Click on Pic to Enlarge)

More of Barry's photos from the Desolation Wilderness, south of Lake Tahoe, from the weekend of June 2, 2012:

Clearing where Barry set a game cam to watch for deer (Click on Pic to Enlarge)

A picture that made Barry do a double take, showing how shadows and twisted shapes can sometimes play tricks with you while you are out there (Click on Pic to Enlarge)

Barry and his lab, Enzo, retrieving a game came. Barry pointed out that there are many granite formations in the area with numerous streams crisscrossing the maze rocks (Click on Pic to Enlarge)

The previous weekend of May 26th, Barry and his fiance Jen, took their dogs out to an area near the San Joaquin River. There was snow coming down one day, and Spring sunshine the next, showing the power of mother nature, especially in the Sierras. This just drives home the point, that when venturing out, you should always be prepared for extremes in weather.

Snow falling on the say to Mono Hot Springs (Click on Pic to Enlarge)

Sun and shorts weather the next day. Jen, Enzo, Abby and Barry (Click on Pic to Enlarge)

I want to thank Barry and Jen for sharing their pictures with us. I'm always glad to show off the beauty, and the sheer squatchiness of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.

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