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  1. I would say they are endangered. I make this assumption based on the amount of habitat which has been lost over the past decades. The bigfoots aren't the only species that is struggling now a days.
  2. Here are a few pictures I took a couple weeks ago. This was on private land. First picture: notice how long the branch is yet almost perfectly balanced. The branch was placed in very tightly. Branch points toward my cabin ( not sure if this is significant or not) pictures 2 and 3 are close ups of the same branch. picture 4: seems to be a large number of branches placed around this tree. Branches appear to be facing the wrong way to have simply fallen.