Documentaries and publications chronicle the exploration for evidence of Sasquatch and the search for proof of the reality of this mythical beast. The scientific community debates the creature’s existence and argues over the authenticity of evidence presented. The Sasquatch Expedition Log Book and Field Journal is designed for those adventurous enough to go on their own quest to seek out this elusive creature. Dr. Jeff Meldrum, a leading expert in the field, has laid out guidance and examples that will lend reliability to your data and excitement to your search.
The field of Citizen Science relates to the collection and analysis of data relating to the natural world by ordinary members of the general public. Citizen Scientists have the ability to contribute to real advancements in scientific research. We hope to empower and inspire the Citizen Scientist to get out there and explore and document their natural environment. This guide is designed to chronicle evidence of Sasquatch but the pages can be filled with reflections and observations from any outdoor adventure.
About the Author
Dr. Jeff Meldrum’s study of fossil and living primates and early hominins has led him around the world. His tracking of Sasquatch began in 1996, when he crossed paths with a line of 15-inch footprints in southeastern Washington. He conducts collaborative laboratory and field research throughout North America, as well as Eurasia, presenting his findings in numerous interviews, TV appearances, and conferences. His book, Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science, considered the definitive work, was described by Dr. Jane Goodall as bringing ” a much-needed level of scientific analysis to the Sasquatch–Bigfoot–debate.”