big cat research in Sussex


Chat stall produces results

Posted on April 24, 2012 at 4:55 PM

The big cat chat stall held last weekend at Michelham priorys poultry show from the Ashdown forest poultry club was a great success.A fair few very interesting sightings and anecdotal evidence of big cat activity throughout East Sussex was presented the most notable of which,to me,were the pair of sightings from the Long man of Wilmington(long legs,small head,sandy brown) and Horam(long neck,legs,small head,sandy brown) both were around 18 months ago and the witnesses came on different days.The 2 places are 9 miles apart as the cat runs and the descriptions were identical and not of the more often "stocky but sleek legs the same height as the body"variety.Could well of been long legged cat descriptions and will certainly go down in my book as such however the relationship between the shorter and longer legged big cats could well be closer than previously thought.Cracking weather,top class venue,very friendly people and extremely well kept birds were all the ingredients needed for one of the best ways to while away a few hours in mid spring that i,ve come across in a long time.Plans were made to run a similar stall at the country fair held at Michelham priory in high summer so see you there!

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