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Bigfoots. They were here first.

Human immigrants first encountered North American bigfoots over 15,000 years ago.

Through most of the ensuing 12 millennia,
humans consideredbigfoots to be anormal component of the land’s fauna. That changed about five hundred years ago. With afewexceptions, recent human immigrants have refused to recognize the existence of bigfoots. This in spite of continuing encounters with these animals.

Humans who today encounter bigfoots are disbelieved, ridiculed, and shamed by relatives, friends, and colleagues. Persons working in certain sensitive occupations may receive innuendos and warnings regardingjob security. There are many people keeping life long secrets of their encounters with bigfoots. Some of these people eventually report their sightings to online Bigfoot Research groups.
Bigfoot Research groups often interview witnesses to glean details of bigfoot behavior and ecology. Resulting encounter reports are posted on website databases for others to study. Every reported bigfoot encounter provides either a bit of new information about bigfoot behaviors and ecology or reconfirms previously recognized information. Bigfoot research organizations also post informational and conjectural statements about the biology of bigfoots. If you have encountered or seen any bigfoots, please share your experience with the bigfoot websites listed on the Bigfoot Research Links page. Please encourage others to do the same.

Reports collected to bigfoot website online databases demonstrate that human-bigfoot encounters often occur in many widely separated parts of North America within a particular month. This indicates there are many bigfoot populations scattered throughout the continent. There are many areas throughout North America that have appropriate habitat and food supplies. Some encounters may occur within a particular bigfoot family group’s home range. Other encounters may occur while the animals are hunting and foraging into outlying areas closer to human habitations.

Our current computerized, televised lifestyle restricts most human activity to home, work, shopping, visiting, and commuting. Nowadays, human encounters with bigfoots are quite often sightings by motorists , strandedmotorists, and truckdrivers. However, many rural and wildland sightings are still reported each year by hunters, fishermen, trappers, loggers, farmers, ranchers, ranch hands, sheepherders, hikers, birdwatchers, bicycleriders, horseriders, mule packers, mushroompickers, kayakers, canoeists, river guides, dirt bikers, snowmobilers, paintballers, sunbathers,meteorwatchers, ATVer's, helicopter pilots, couriers, cave explorers, landsurveyors, war reenactors, rock hunters, homesteaders, arrowhead collectors, herpatolgists, UPS drivers, nurses, homesteaders, bat researchers, crop pickers, tour train occupants SIS, field archeologists, ginsengdiggers, metal detectors, pine nutpickers, lawnmowers, firewoodgatherers SIS, newspaper carriers, downed pilots, pizza deliverers, frog giggers, siesmic drilling rig operators, frontiersmen (Daniel Boone), and other outdoor workers and recreationists.

Humans from all walks of life have encountered bigfoots, including police officers, Border Patrol SIS Agents, park rangers, military personnel during training, Forest Service Law Officers, Forest Service Patrol Officer, security guards, Forest Service smoke jumpers, Recreation Area Supervisors, Boy Scouts, GameWardens, animal control officers, United States Geological Survey employees, US Postal carriers, as well as ministers and moonshiners.

There have been reports of humans shooting bigfoots and occasionally killing one. In almost all shooting encounters, the wounded bigfoot is not trailed and collected. This typical neglect is most often blamed on either a fear of the wounded animal or a

fear of legal punishment. There exist many sighting reports by hunters who considered shooting a bigfoot, but refrained because the bigfoot "looked too human". Bigfoots have not yet been officially declared an extant and protected species. It should be noted that in many North American jurisdictions, an species is considered protected unless otherwise stated.

Private and non-profit bigfoot research organizations are increasingly attracting the participation and advisement of scientists, educators, and professionally trained investigators. It is hoped that this increased collaboration will soon lead the global scientific community and North America’s governments to officially declare bigfoots to be a recognized and protected species. It is hoped that Universities and other official scientific organizations will soon initiate biological field research projects.

You can actively participate in bigfoot research in the following ways:
1) Read the thousands of reports of bigfoot sightings posted on bigfoot websites with the goal of learning about bigfoots’ behavior and ecology.
2) Seek out persons who have seen one or more bigfoots and encourage them to report their encounters to major bigfoot websites, to their state wildlife conservation officials,  and to members of academia working at universities and colleges.
3) Spend long hours sitting quietly motionless in among the shrubberies in the kind of wild places likely to be utilized by bigfoots as they forage and hunt for food. Spend more time engaged in traditional outdoor activities. Take naps in up under the shrubberies out there in the wildest places you can find and see what you might could wake up to.
4) Encourage all levels of government officials and members of academia to instigate inquiries and to design and fund basic bigfoot biology field research.

It is very important that you prepare yourself for that unexpected moment when you too will experience the fact that bigfoots really are out there on the periphery of human territory. By educating yourself about bigfoots, you will feel less surprise, less fear, and more awe, more appreciation when you finally do encounter one. Eventually, you will know from personal experience, there
really are two of us.