Bigfoot/Sasquatch: An Endangered Species?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 8th, 2016

Ron Morehead, the man behind the Sierra Sounds recordings and author of Voices in the Wilderness, offers his thoughts regarding Bigfoot and Sasquatch, “Are they endangered, and should they be protected?”

Does Bigfoot/Sasquatch Need our Protection?

Endangered Species?

We drive a car, have a shelter, most of us are employed and have the privilege of paying taxes. Does all this make us a superior species? It seems the common thought regarding Bigfoot is that they are a sub-human species. Why? Because they live in the woods like an animal, so surely they are below us on the food chain… right? I don’t think so. It seems that human families have become complacent with the worlds’ day-to-day events and thinks the status quo will continue.

On Labor Day Weekend of September 2-3-4, 2016, I was privileged to speak at the International Bigfoot Conference in Kennewick, WA. Other speakers were also there to offer their data and opinion of these giant beings referred to as Bigfoot. Dr. Meldrum, Derrek Randles, Todd & Diane Neiss, and several other distinguished and longtime researchers were also there. At the end of the conference, a panel consisting of the speakers was set up and attendees were invited to ask each of us questions.

After over 45 years of interviewing folks who have claimed encounters with Bigfoot, researching the history on this planet, and watching the world go ‘round, I really should have offered my opinion regarding a certain question at the International Bigfoot Conference. “Are they endangered, and should they be protected?”

Several Native Americans use animals as their spiritual guide. Why? Because animals have a way of surviving catastrophes where humans don’t do so well… have you noticed? But many other folks I know, who say they are intimate with these beings, also claim them as their teacher.

So are these giants that hide in the woods in danger of extinction? I personally don’t think they need protection. In my opinion, they are multiplying, not withering away in the woods, and with humanity the way it is, I think we are the ones who need protection… from ourselves.


Voices in the Wilderness

See also:

Does Bigfoot/Sasquatch Need our Protection?
Bigfoot Language Recorded: Here’s How Ron Morehead Did It
Best Sasquatch-Bigfoot Campsite
Bigfoot/Sasquatch and the Dilution Factor
The Quantum Bigfoot Theory
What Makes the Sierra Sounds Credible?
Repeat Sasquatch Encounters at Ron Morehead’s Sierra Camp
Linguists Battle Over Bigfoot Language
Ron Morehead: The Nephilim Concept
How to Have “Bigfoot Interaction”
The Sound of Sasquatch?
Sierra Sounds’ Al Berry Has Died (Updated)
Do Bigfoot Have A Language?
English Language on Bigfoot Audiotape?

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

5 Responses to “Bigfoot/Sasquatch: An Endangered Species?”

  1. dconstrukt responds:

    Ron Morehead – hate to break the news to you… but you have to establish them as real first my man.

    no blurry photos…. no footprints…

    real HD video.

    so you can see the things without any obstruction

    maybe even a body of one thats passed?

    real DNA… thats not got any shred of doubt.

    these things would help your cause.

  2. Goodfoot responds:

    dconstrukt: Sorry, but that line of thinking is not directed at those to whom this is still an open question. I’m not trying to be snide, but I take their existence as a demonstrated fact, as do many. We’re not scientists and we don’t have tenure or anything else at stake. Proving the existence of Bigfoot is not in our mission statement.

    I don’t think they’re endangered either, and agree that their numbers are in all probability increasing. But just because they don’t need protection as a species, it doesn’t mean they don’t need protection as individuals. “No kill” and “no capture” laws should be in place to ensure the punishment of those who would deprived them of their lives and their freedom.

    It’s against the law in Nepal to kill a Yeti. That’s NOT a science-based policy/law, but it IS exactly what I’m talking about. There are realities that exist independent of science and the humanities.

  3. dconstrukt responds:

    if they are real, i’d like to think they’ve done well enough without our help all this time… its 2016 and we still don’t know for certain if they are real or not…. so they’re doing a great job at hiding out 🙂

    but they proved the yeti in nepal was an ancient species of polar bear… by DNA testing… so not sure what your point is on that one…

    but there you’re talking about one of the most remote places on planet earth… think about that.

  4. Goodfoot responds:

    They did no such thing!

  5. Fhqwhgads responds:

    “I’m not trying to be snide, but I take their existence as a demonstrated fact, as do many. We’re not scientists and we don’t have tenure or anything else at stake. Proving the existence of Bigfoot is not in our mission statement.” Fair enough, if you just want to be a private citizen with a private opinion. However, if your mission statement DOES include establishing a law regarding Bigfoot, it MUST include pretty convincing proof that there is such a thing, and behind all the hoaxes and obvious errors that is a real, biological animal, not a misperception based on an archetype or on books, movies, and TV; not a tulpa; and not a nature spirit; and not an alien or a transdimensional being.

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