Many of your edits are helpful and constructive (like your recent edit to Ahool), but I'm confused about why you're constantly adding, then removing, an extra character to the first word of every article?
What Big Bird are you referring to? I haven't been using this sight much, as I was chastised by theancientworld admin for an "opinion" I made. I don't like being called a "Liar". Remind me what page it's on, and I'll help as best as I can.
I've seen it, or something similar. I was 12 at the time. I was walking down the road from my parents house to grandma's house. We lived in a rural area, The walk was about 1/2 a mile. Uncle J.W. house was about half way between my parents and grandma's. It was just past dusk. The pole light at grandma's and Uncle J's were already lit. I carried a flashlight, to make sure I didn't step on a snake. They like to lay on the pavement when it cools off at night. It wasn't real bright. I was about to Uncle J's driveway, when I heard a loud hissing sound, not on the ground, but above me. I looked up at a pine with my light. About 30 feet up, I got just a glimpsed of it. I don't know if I startled it, but it fell off the limb it was perched on. Before It hit the ground it opened its' wings and sorta swooped up a little and dropped onto the middle of the road about 10 feet from me. I shined my light at it, it made the hissing sound again, spread it wings, a couple of flaps, it was gone. I caught a final glimpse of it, flying over the barn at grandma's. I never saw it after that. No one believed me when I talked about it. And, no one else ever saw it.
For the description: it stood about 2 1/2 tall, it looked like it was covered in gray fur. The face/head however, looked reptilian. What scared me the most about it was when it spread its' wings. They were bat wings, no other way to describe them. Its' wing span was about 6 feet. this is the one you write
The only other info I can give you is check the South Carolina Thunderbird page. I found it later here on the Cryptid Wiki and made me think it was that. I always thought it might have been like the Jersey Devil, then I read about the Thunderbird of South Carolina. I had never heard of that and I live in South Carolina. One other thing, ever since I saw it, I've had over the years, a reoccurring dream of a big pterodactyl trying to break in the house to get me. Why a pterodactyl, I don't know as the head didn't have the pterodactyl head it was more like a heron/crane shaped head, but looked like a reptile. I hope this helps.