From this article:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/2 … ref=topbar
This reminds me of a book I've flicked through (because it had wolf eyes on the cover) called 'Wild Animus' by Rich Shapero. In it a guy starts feeling like a mountain goat, starts feeling connected to a god of nature called Animus, decides to be true to his inner nature, dons furs and runs off to the wilderness, imagining himself as a goat all the time.
I wonder if that was an inspiration at all?
Hmmmm....why are these "sighting" photos always blurry. I didn't think you could even take blurry photos anymore (that was sorta a joke, but it actually seems to be rather difficult.) On the other hand, maybe it's someone doing research, but, if so, they really should let the authorities know about it first. It wouldn't be the first time (by a long shot) that a researcher decided to get up close and personal with their research subjects.
Could be, but the way he reacted to the dude who saw him makes me think otherwise. It's really none of my business, and I'm all for folks trying to get closer to nature. I just don't think you need to act like something you're physically not to do so. Whatever he's doing, I hope he stays safe.