This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

This Is A Custom Widget

This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

Helpful links & websites

/Helpful links & websites

BigCatMarks

BigCatMarks attempts  to include links to websites, blogs and articles on large wild cats.

If you find a broken link, or know of a new website that you would like included please email me at stancourtney@hotmail.com or leave a comment at the end of this post.

I am constantly deleting outdated links and adding new ones but it is a never ending job. I am always open to suggestions, if you find a page that you think needs to be added or a broken link just send me a note at stancourtney@hotmail.com or leave a comment at the end of this post.

By | February 12th, 2011|Helpful links & websites|Comments Off on BigCatMarks

Paul Freeman Cast Collection

The casts made by well known Walla Walla, Washington researcher Paul Freeman (1943-2003) are now available on-line. The cast collection was purchased 10/1/1996 by Ken, Linda and Brant Steigers and now are on loan to Dr. Jeff Meldrum at Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho.

The naming and order of each slide has been kept the same that Dr. Meldrum used. The information is as accurate as we can determine. Each slide is presented as a medium sized picture. A more detailed image can be viewed by clicking on the link provided.

To access the photo collection click on either the top banner “Paul Freeman Cast Collection” or the footprint photo.

By | May 27th, 2009|Helpful links & websites|Comments Off on Paul Freeman Cast Collection

Obamicon.Me

Created using Obamicon.Me

By | January 19th, 2009|Helpful links & websites|1 Comment

SquatchMarks – Revised

It has been a year since I first posted SquatchMarks. There are many new researchers entering the ranks of bigfoot/sasquatch research every day so I am reposting this in hopes that SquatchMarks can be of some help.  I am constantly updating, making corrections and hopefully improving the general layout. I wish to thank all the wonderful people who continue to email me additions and corrections.

SquatchMarks attempts  to include links to all websites, blogs, chatrooms, forums, internet radio, podcasts, Myspace and YouTube.

If you find a broken link, or know of a new website that you would like included please email me at stancourtney@hotmail.com or leave a comment at the end of this post.

From last years entry –

I have been on the internet for over 12 years now. During that time I have always struggled with a decent start page or set of bookmarks.

It is a very difficult undertaking to keep a current set of bookmarks. Every month there are many new websites that come on line as well as those that become broken links. I want to include all the websites, forums, podcasts, blogs and related sites.

This is my attempt to have a bigfoot & cryotozoology bookmark / start page.

SquatchMarks

http://www.stancourtney.com/squatchmarks.html

If you want to use it either bookmark it into your bookmark section, set it as your home page or save it on your computer and simple click on it when desired.

I am constantly deleting outdated links and adding new ones but it is a never ending job. I am always open to suggestions, if you find a page that you think needs to be added or a broken link just send me a note at stancourtney@hotmail.com or leave a comment at the end of this post.

By | January 18th, 2009|Helpful links & websites|Comments Off on SquatchMarks – Revised

SquatchMarks – Revised

It has been a year since I first posted SquatchMarks. There are many new researchers entering the ranks of bigfoot/sasquatch research every day so I am reposting this in hopes that SquatchMarks. can be of some help.  I am constantly updating, making corrections and hopefully improving the general layout. I wish to thank all the wonderful people who continue to email me additions and corrections.

SquatchMarks attempts  to include links to all websites, blogs, chatrooms, forums, internet radio, podcasts, Myspace and YouTube.

If you find a broken link, or know of a new website that you would like included please email me at stancourtney@hotmail.com or leave a comment at the end of this post.

From last years entry –

I have been on the internet for over 12 years now. During that time I have always struggled with a decent start page or set of bookmarks.

It is a very difficult undertaking to keep a current set of bookmarks. Every month there are many new websites that come on line as well as those that become broken links. I want to include all the websites, forums, podcasts, blogs and related sites.

This is my attempt to have a bigfoot & cryotozoology bookmark / start page.

SquatchMarks

http://www.stancourtney.com/squatchmarks.html

It is called squatchmarks (combination of sasquatch and bookmarks). If you want to use it either bookmark it into your bookmark section, set it as your home page or save it on your computer and simple click on it when desired.

I am constantly deleting outdated links and adding new ones but it is a never ending job. I am always open to suggestions, if you find a page that you think needs to be added or a broken link just send me a note at stancourtney@hotmail.com or leave a comment at the end of this post.

By | November 11th, 2007|Helpful links & websites|Comments Off on SquatchMarks – Revised

Gigantopithecus blacki Links

Enamel carbon isotope evidence of diet and habitat of Gigantopithecus blacki
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Opal phytoliths found on the teeth of the extinct ape Gigantopithecus blacki:
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Gigantopithecus and Its Relationship to Australopithecus.
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Gigantopithecus blacki von Koenigswald, a giant fossil hominoid from the 
Pleistocene of southern China.
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Giant early man from Java and south China.
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Discovery of Gigantopithecus mandibles and other material in Liu-Cheng of Central 
Kwangsi in South China
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Enamel carbon isotope evidence of diet and habitat of Gigantopithecus blacki and 
associated mammalian megafauna in the Early Pleistocene of South China
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Carbon Isotope Reveals a Solely C3 Biomass Diet forGigantopithecus in the Early 
Pleistocene of South China

By | November 12th, 2000|Helpful links & websites|Comments Off on Gigantopithecus blacki Links

Illinois Nature and Wildlife Areas

Matthew Cvetas a member of the Illinois Birders’ Forum created the following Google Maps for the state of Illinois.  It was a big project and should be useful to birders or anyone interested in exploring the great outdoors.

County
Maps of the Forest Preserve District access areas, trails, and facilities in northeast Illinois.

State
A list of state parks, natural, conservation, recreation, and fish and wildlife areas run by llinois Department of Natural Resources.

National
A list of Illinois outdoor areas administered by the National Forest Service, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

By | August 6th, 2000|Helpful links & websites|Comments Off on Illinois Nature and Wildlife Areas