Before I get in to the story, I'll give you a bit of background on the Bluff Creek Trail Camera Project. The following information is from the group's Facebook page.
The Bluff Creek Project is an open-source volunteer project initially formed to survey the animal population movements in and around the Bluff Creek Area
DescriptionThe Bluff Creek Project is an open-source volunteer project initially formed to locate the original Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot film site. It consists of several project contributors who volunteered their time and gas money to complete the mountains of field work needed to confirm the site's location. They have been researching the area formally on foot since 2009.
Trail camera survey:
The trail camera project was launched in July of 2012, and successfully raised enough money to purchase four high-end trail cameras. They committed all of their personal trail cameras to the project as well, for a total of eight cameras installed at the site. The cameras were installed in late October 2012 on the 45th anniversary of the film. The cameras spent seven months in total down at the film site, capturing the movements of Bluff Creek's inhabitants. They had a few camera failures, but all of the newly purchased cameras performed flawlessly.
If you are on Facebook, you can visit them here: Bluff Creek Project
You might be wondering what this project has to do with the Jacob's creature. Jamie Wayne Schutmutt recently released a couple of trail camera photos and posted them in another Facebook group. I will provide a link at the bottom.
The Jacobs creature is still talked about, even today. A series of photos were taken from a trail camera back in September, 2007. Many people are of the opinion that the photos show a Sasquatch and many people think it's a bear. Hopefully we can shed some more light on the subject thanks to the good folks at the Bluff Creek Project
Here is a photo of the Jacobs creature, taken from the BFRO website.
This photo is the first in the set of three photos, showing two bear cubs. The above photo was captured almost thirty minutes later.
Here is one of the photos from the trail camera project Jamie posted yesterday.
Yes, this is a photo of a bear. The interesting photo is the next one Jamie posted.
Does this posture look familiar? This is the same bear two seconds later and it's stance is almost identical to that of the Jacobs creature. I had a difficult time overlaying the two images to show both animals at the same time so I prepared a few.
As you can see, it's difficult to distinguish between the two subject. I made two short clips for better clarity. One clip shows the Bluff Creek bear overlayed on the Jacobs creature and the other shows The Jacobs creature over the Bluff Creek bear.
Armed with this new photo, I personally think the Jacobs creature is a bear. I thought it was a bear before this but now any doubt has been removed from my mind.
No Bigfoot was found but the group did manage to capture a very informative photo, in my opinion.
These folks work hard on this project and they produce some wonderful photos and videos of wildlife in the Bluff Creek area.
You can see there videos at their channel, Bluff Creek Project and here as well.
If you have a chance, visit them at Coalition for Reason, Science, Sanity in Bigfoot on Facebook. If you would like to donate to their project, contact Steven Streufert or Jamie Wayne Schutmutt at this Facebook page.