These sounds recorded near Boulder City have a couple of intriguing wood knocks. Listen closely to the howl at the end.
The Howl suggests Coyote to me. I am no fan of identifying creature sounds at a distance. They are almost always misidentified. Besides I still believe that Sasquatch is not going to vocalize as much as people assume.
I noticed this re-posted on Bigfootevidence. It is by a gamer who stopped playing to record strange sounds he heard in the distance.
There a very natural explanations to these sounds. Listen to recording first then I'll tell you what I believe this is:
It is my belief that these sounds were of Timber Wolves. They can pass through an area stopping for a few days and move on. They range long distances. These howls were likely one or two wolves. They can be high or low pitched. If you're not used to hearing wolves it would be hard to identify. I have heard similar sounds from timber wolves. It would not be out of question to have one wonder through the Ranier area. Besides, wolves can have a large tonal range. I noticed that many wolf sounds on the internet are pretty standard fare but they actually make some pretty odd and eerie sounds.
David Weverka. Hunter, tracker, bigfoot evidence analyst and searching for that perfect evidence
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