Spring is here, and nature is waking up from a long winter's nap. Before you know it, hungry bears will be crawling out of their dens and they are going to be hungry. It is not uncommon for countless sightings of bears foraging for breakfast in the springtime. But, they are not the only hairy critters that are being sighted.

According to the Great Fall Tribune

In 1995, the BFRO (Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization) started tracking reports, which are categorized by Class A, B and C. Class A are the most solid of reports from a first-hand eyewitness.

Not surprisingly, the wooded counties of Montana have more Sasquatch sightings. Want to improve your odds of a Bigfoot sighting? Head for Missoula and Lewis & Clark counties.

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