The BFRO has identified many potential habitat zones after collecting
thousands of sighting reports for more than 10 years. The expeditions
target these habitat zones.
Commonly Asked Question: Has anyone ever seen a bigfoot on these expeditions??
The Answer: Yes.
There have been well over 1,000 attendees, collectively, so far.
More than half that number now consider themselves Class B witnesses (They
were close enough to hear them).
A least 35 of these people had a Class A sighting.
A "Class A sighting" is a clear sighting -- either in daylight, or under
artificial illumination, or in moonlight, or with visual aids such as
nightvision scopes or thermal scopes.
A Class A sighting is clear enough to rule out misinterpretation. The
only three explanations for a Class A : 1) a real bigfoot, 2) a man in
a convincing bigfoot costume, or 3) the witness is lying.
If the report is posted publicly on the web site, then we feel the witness
is credible and not lying about the sighting claim.
Class B visual sightings are those which occur in poor lighting
conditions, or at a dist