Jim Boudousquie is a life-long outdoor enthusiast. He has over 45 years experience hunting, fishing, and camping in the swamps of Louisiana and wilderness of the Pacific Northwest. Jim received his Bachelor of Science in 1980 from SLU and is a U.S. Army Infantry Veteran.
Jim currently works as the maintenance supervisor for a consulting engineer and design corporation in Bellingham WA. Jim became interested in bigfoot in 1968 after seeing the Patterson/Gimlin footage, his interest increased dramatically following a lengthy viewing of the “real” Minnesota Ice Man in New Orleans in a shopping mall during the late 70’s. Jim’s interest was rekindled in 1991 while working for the U.S. Forest Service in Washington and Oregon conducting timber surveys. He is actively engaged in bigfoot field research and witness interviews.