Join Elusive1 as he welcomes back Doctor John Bindernagel. John is a professional wildlife biologist who is seriously studying the sasquatch or bigfoot in North America. His interest in this animal began in 1963 when, as a third-year-student in wildlife management at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada, He was laughed at for raising the report of an animal described as an "ape-man" for possible discussion. His field work began in 1975 when His family moved to British Columbia, partly in order for him to begin field work on this species. In 1988, his wife and himself found several sasquatch tracks in good condition in the mountains not far from our home on Vancouver Island. Plaster casts which we made from these tracks provided the first physical evidence for the existence of the sasquatch. Wildlife biologists such as hisself regularly depend on tracks and other wildlife sign as evidence for the presence of bears, deer, wolves, and other mammals, recognizing that tracks constitute a more reliable and persistent record of the presence of a mammal species in an area than a fleeting glimpse of the animal itself. Hes satisfied that the sasquatch is an extant (or "real") animal, subject to study and examination like any other large mammal, and am much more concerned with addressing ecological questions such as how it overwinters in the colder regions of North America, than with dwelling on the controversy of whether it does or does not exist. He remain aware, however, that many people—including scientific colleagues—remain unaware of the information that exists about this species.