John Bindernagel is a graduate of the wildlife management option at the University of Guelph, Canada, with a Masters degree PhD from the University of Wisconsin. He is a professional wildlife biologist with international experience with the United Nations in wildlife conservation, research, and training in East Africa, Iran, Nepal, the Caribbean, and Central America. His field research has included wildlife surveys of bald eagles, seabirds, moose, bears and other North American mammals. He is presently carrying out field work on the Sasquatch or Bigfoot.
Wildlife biologist John Bindernagel and Professor of Anatomy Jeffrey Meldrum discussed the scientific evidence for Bigfoot. Bindernagel, who started off his research as an undergraduate in 1963, gave his reactions to the many sightings in the U.S. of Sasquatch. More »