North America’s Great Ape: the Sasquatch
1998, Beachcomber Books
A Wildlife Biologist Looks at the Continent’s Most Misunderstood Large Mammal
Rather than argue Sasquatch’s existence, Bindernagel essentially accepts that as a given and instead focuses on analyzing behavior, anatomy, and other characteristics of the animal. The result is intriguing, but necessarily speculative. Even the most ardent Sasquatch proponents accept there are many hoaxes and mistakes, and there is no way Bindernagel can be certain all the evidence on which his theories rest is genuine.
Editor’s Note: Out of print, expensive used, not easily obtained. Try library collections.