One of the more important aspects of Sasquatch Research is learning how best to prepare yourself so that when you are confronted with evidence, you avoid making the mistakes of most novices.
While it is no Surprise Dr. John Bindernagel will be on this months episode in February, we have some special surprises for you this spring and will be joined by some of the leading academia and scientific community to speak to data research and specimen collection.
We will conclude this series by mid April but for those that are really interested in upping your game, prepare for our Sping Lineup - as Sasquatch Syndicate will take you deeper than ever before on this topic - and for those interested in Citizen Science Day - some more information is located below:
The Citizen Science Association, with support from SciStarter, is pleased to promote – and inspire sites to host – events in celebration of Citizen Science Day.
A major celebration will be held on April 16th, 2016 in conjunction with the USA National Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, DC. This will kick off a series of citizen science “open houses” and activities to be locally organized by science centers, museums, libraries, universities and schools, and federal agencies around the US and likely beyond. Activities will extend through the 2016 US National Parks Bioblitz, May 20-21.