The Missouri Ozarks have a long history of sightings, etc. The terrain is similar
to the terrain in southeastern Oklahoma -- lots of deer supported by
copious amounts of acorns from hardwood forests.
The dates chosen for this expedition will mean the leaves are falling,
which will create more visibility and crunchy leaf litter on the forest
floor. This will help alert the group to anything animals approaching or
stalking around a camp at night.
BFRO organizers Ron Boles and Larry Newman will be leading the 2020 trip.
See the BFRO Facebook page to see notes from the 2019 expedition.
There were close range approaches and lots of Class B activity.