At my job site, in PA, I saw a big bird, what people call a
Thunderbird. It was dark gray in color. It looked like a pterodactyl,
but with feathers, and it had the finger feathers of the eagle. This
bird's wing span was huge! It was bigger than any bird I ever saw! When
it flew, it had a dark gray, more straighter tail, not a fan tail like
an eagle when it flies. I saw the big bird standing next to a railroad
car and it was as tall as the railroad car wheel. Plus the stone ground
that it was standing on was a little lower than the railroad track. The
big bird had short yellow legs, not long legs like a Blue Heron or
Stork. The big bird had normal size claws, for the length of its legs.
It had a dark charcoal gray, straight, thick beak like a pterodactyl,
not curved like an eagle. I don't think it had any teeth, I didn't see
any. It had a triangular tuft, of feathers, or skin, or hairy down, that
came to a point on top of its head, that made it look like a
pterodactyl. I later measured the area that the big bird was standing
on. The big bird stood about 38 to 40 inches tall including the tuft on
top of its head. It was in a hilly, swampy, cornfield area, around the
border of the area I saw it in, during the summertime, about 3 P.M. June
2007. When it flew away, over the maple, pine, fir, and balsam tree
line, to the North, that's when I saw its huge wingspan. It didn't land
in any of the nearby trees. Somehow I don't think the trees would have
held it very well, it was so big!
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