- Paper sacks and envelopes
- Camera/video recorder (Preferrably with night vision)
- Rubber gloves
- Magnifying glass
- Parabolic mic
- Plaster of Paris
- Tape measure
- Log book
- a few sterile collecting bottles or containers for fecal material samples and for urine specimens
- tapes to record from your parabolic mic
- "For DNA collection, you will want to have sterile latex gloves"
- "If hair sampling envelopes are not available, place samples into small sealed paper envelope or zip lock bag (no brand recommended). Use a permanent marker or pen, clearly include all sampling information with each sample. This includes name of collector, time, date, assumed cryptid, human, or known species name, field tag number, gender (if known), age (if known), location including lat./long., Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) or township."
Sunday, May 28, 2006
Cryptid Hunting: What to Bring Along? at Cryptomundo.com
It's that time of year again: Bigfoot season. Cryptomundo.com posts an article about what extras to bring along on your hunt, to ensure proper scientific, nay, forensic, attention to the evidence. In Cryptid Hunting: What to Bring Along? we are told that today's Bigfoot hunter needs to pack: