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Look who made a guest appearance at our Redwoods BioBlitz table! Seems like we may have encountered a new species this past weekend when League scientists were busy climbing into the canopy at Muir Woods National Monument.

League scientist, Stephen Sillett, climbs into the redwood canopy...with Bigfoot?
League scientist, Stephen Sillett, climbs into the redwood canopy…with Bigfoot?
Bigfoot pops in with Jennifer and Sam.
Bigfoot pops in with Jennifer and Sam.
Looks like Jen spies Bigfoot but Sam does not.
Looks like Jen spies Bigfoot but Sam does not.
Regan and Jess...and Bigfoot?
Regan and Jess…and Bigfoot?

Of course, this is just a fun little April Fools prank that you too can play on your friends using the Bigfoot Camera Prank app. Happy April Fools and thank you to everyone who came by our tables at Muir Woods and Chrissy Field this past weekend!


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Since 1918, Save the Redwoods League has protected and restored redwood forests and connected people with their peace and beauty so these wonders of the natural world flourish.


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