The late Dr. John Bindernagel, a long-time BFRO Curator, spent decades researching the Sasquatch mystery in British Columbia, Canada.
“As a wildlife biologist I have approached the existence of the Sasquatch in the same way I would assess the existence of any large mammal, be it the grizzly bear, black bear, or mountain gorilla. My interest in the Sasquatch begins at that point in the discussion when a skeptic finally asks, “If it does exist, what does it eat? How does it behave? And how does it survive the winter?” Having accepted the available eyewitness evidence, corroborated by tracks and track casts, as sufficient to document the existence of the Sasquatch, I feel that these are the questions we should now be addressing.
I am now satisfied with the available evidence for the existence of the Sasquatch in North America. My view is that not only do we have sufficient evidence to treat the Sasquatch as an extant North American mammal, but that we already know a great deal about its anatomy, behavior and ecology.”