‘Share their experience,’ says big cat expert amid flurry of elusive creature sightings.


‘Share their experience,’ says big cat expert amid flurry of elusive creature sightings.

As sightings of the elusive creatures have risen in Gloucestershire in recent months, a BIG CAT sighting expert has announced he will give a talk.

Frank Tunbridge, 74, of Podsmead, has spent decades researching the local wildlife and has announced that he will give a “powerpoint” presentation on the mysterious cats next month.

Big cat sightings have been a problem in Gloucestershire, particularly in the Forest of Dean, for years, which is why Mr Tunbridge is holding his meeting in Ruardean, a hotspot for sightings.

“Reports of big cats similar to black leopards and pumas in appearance have been in the news throughout the UK for decades now, and thanks to social media have been brought to the public’s attention more so in recent years,” the big cat expert told Gloucestershire Live.

“A colleague and I decided a few years ago to offer illustrated, power point-presented talks in village halls because of this interest in the subject.”

“People come here to share their experiences, as well as discuss and learn more about this fascinating and often contentious topic.”

“Many of the people who attend the talks have firsthand experience with one of these elusive creatures.”

Frank Tunbridge, who is frequently consulted for his expert opinion on big cats and other unusual wildlife sightings, invited attendees to the talk, which will take place on December 3 at 7pm at Ruardean Village Hall.

“These excursions are very productive in terms of coming up with evidence of these cats’ existence and lifestyle in rural and sometimes not so rural areas of the United Kingdom, where they have been covertly living, often overlooked for decades now,” the mysterious cat sighting expert continued.

“So, if you’re interested in learning more about this fascinating topic, or if you’ve even seen one, come along to the ‘Big Cat’ experience talk.”

Mr Tunbridge had previously requested information on big cat sightings from residents of the Forest of Dean as well as the rest of the UK.

“So far, 25 emails have come my way,” he told Gloucestershire Live of the reports of big cat encounters.

“If you have any more exciting encounters to send me, please contact me at [email protected]

While the multiple elusive cat sightings in Gloucestershire have attracted a lot of attention, many other British counties have been terrorized.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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