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Here's the thing, when taking video and walking on dead leaves it's extremely difficult to hear anything but the sound of crunching. This video is cut together in such a way that it leads you to believe that there are whoops that have been captured on the recording. I've listened to it multiple times with headphones and the volume cranked and I can't hear anything but crunch, crunch, crunch. Having grown up in a forest full of hardwoods, I can tell you that it's difficult to carry on a conversation with someone walking right behind you as the crunching drowns them out. It seems to me that it would be almost impossible hear anything above a roar from 20 feet behind you if you're walking along the leaf litter and crunching away.
If you endure all the crunching captured on video you are rewarded at the end with an interesting tree formation.
See video below.
The alleged "Nest" is cool to see, but who can say for sure that Uncle Hairy camps out there at night. As there was no close up footage of the formation or even a description of what was found in and around it, I would be slow to call it a "nest". The camera pans too quickly to really see the surrounding area, but there looks to be quite a few fallen branches and a bowed tree or two that would suggest damage from snow and ice. It's always interesting to see what appears to be a tree or stick formation, but I was hoping for something a little more impressive for having endured all the crunching. ; )