Thursday, October 06, 2016

No, but thanks for asking

Stop press!

A potentially legendary photo-bomber has stolen the spotlight from a bald eagle nest live cam in Beulah.

Social media is abuzz recently with a clip from a camera mounted to a tree near the Platte River State Fish Hatchery, about 30 miles west of Traverse City, placed there to highlight a bald eagle nest. In the footage, baby eaglets peep in the nest, while on the forest floor below, walks through what some think is Bigfoot — the never-confirmed, mythological man-ape-like creature that's spawned many an unwatchable cable TV night-vision camera show.

Could it be a mere three weeks since ...

Bigfoot in Michigan? Bear photo spurs debate

Because clearly the previous day's coverage from a fellow Gannett fishwrap wasn't up to standard:

U.P. trail cam photo spurs Bigfoot debate

And a few weeks earlier, the mothership checked in:

Bigfoot hunters to search central Wis.

"On guard for 185 years," says the nameplate. I guess, at least, we're still able to make Bigfoot keep his distance.


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