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Welcome to the Olympic Project

The Olympic Project is an association of dedicated researchers, investigators, biologists and trackers committed to documenting the existence of Sasquatch through science and education. Through comprehensive habitat study, DNA analysis and game camera deployment, our goal is to obtain as much information and empirical evidence as we can, with hopes of being as prepared as possible when and if species verification comes to fruition. Our studies are conducted in a non-invasive manor with respect and sensitivity to probable habitat we believe this amazing species inhabits.

Bigfoot Expeditions

Join the Olympic Project for one of our research expeditions that will give you a better understanding on how to navigate in the forest.

Field Training

Our trips include casting classes, documentation and more to better prepare you for thorough and complete investigations in field research.

Guest Speakers

Every public expedition features special guests like Bob Gimlin, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Cliff Barackman, Ron Morehead and many others.

Recent Updates

26May 21

Movie Recommendation: The Unwonted Sasquatch

This is one of my favorite Bigfoot documentaries. It presents interviews of quality researchers like Dr. Meldrum and Thomas Steenburg without unnecessary dramatic editing and spin. When a statement is made by one of the interviewees, the corresponding evidence /…

10May 21

Where are the bones? Ask T. Rex.

The lack of a fossil record for apes in North America is a common hill for many skeptics to plant their flag on, but it is a hill made artificially tall by hindsight biases perpetuated in entertainment and media. Such…

09Apr 21

Ethology: The study of evolutionary behavior

Ethology is an underappreciated field of biology that is often overshadowed by the more common 'E' keywords like Evolution, Environment, Ecology, Extinction, so on and so forth. I certainly didn't hear the term until well after college, let alone in…

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