What Is the Huge Bird Flying Over Manokotak, Alaska?

Several dozen Manokotak and Dillingham residents and local pilots have seen a "huge, dark feathered bird" with wing span estimated up to 14 feet soaring in the sky since the end of September 2002.
Several dozen Manokotak and Dillingham residents and local pilots have seen a "huge, dark feathered bird" with wing span estimated up to 14 feet soaring in the sky since the end of September 2002.

October 21, 2002 Manokotak and Dillingham, Alaska - Several dozen Manokotak and Dillingham residents and local pilots have seen a "huge, dark feathered bird" with wing span some have estimated up to 14 feet, soaring in the sky since the end of September 2002. Pilot John Bouker, Owner of the Bristol Bay Air Service in Dillingham, Alaska, has flown for 22 years in everything from C-130s to the Cessna 208 he was flying the weekend of October 5. It was late afternoon, around 4 p.m., partly cloudy, but nice flying weather. John had seven passengers with him in his commuter plane when he thought he saw another plane coming toward him.

 

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