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COUNTY: Curry County
LOCATION DETAILS: South on US 101, turn west on Cape Blanco Hwy between Sixes River and Elk River to Cape Blanco beach along the north end towards cape. Location within Cape Blanco State Park
NEAREST TOWN: Sixes
NEAREST ROAD: Cape Blanco Hwy
OBSERVED: I saw 2 sets of Bigfoot tracks on the north end of Cape Blanco Beach August 14, 1986, approximately 7:30 a.m.. The largest track was about 18" long. The smaller track was about 13" long. I followed these side-by-side tracks for 2 miles until they disappeared into a deep forest.
TIME AND CONDITIONS: Approximately 7:30 a.m
ENVIRONMENT: Open sand beach to scrub pine forest
Follow-up investigation report:
Phil has been following native stories, listening to the various calls and sounds, and following spoor of these creatures for 16 years along southern Oregon coastal habitats. Phil said the animals move out of the Siskiyou mountains in late fall to forage for berries and then spend the winter on coastal lowlands untilizing shell fish and beach carrion.
I found his knowledge very interesting and informative. He has indicated interest in working with our research team.