Talking NAWAC with Daryl Colyer

daryl colyer


I’m not going to lie, I’ve had some serious writers block as of late.

Sure, I could take the same ole’ Bigfoot topics that literally every writer in this field has written on and re-hash them a million times over. But, honestly, that doesn’t interest me.

Truthfully, I don’t plan on writing another article until I have something unique, interesting, and original to say…

However, I still want to put out content for those of you that relate to my point of view (surely, you guys are out there, right?).

With that being said, recently I had the absolute pleasure of speaking with Mr. Daryl Colyer of the North American Wood Ape Conservancy about…well…Wood Apes.

I had a fantastic time and have already expressed my interest in speaking with him again very soon.

He’s a grounded, well rounded individual, who looks at things the way (in my opinion) every legitimate Sasquatch researcher or even armchair enthusiast (like yours truly) should.

Critically. Scientifically. Honestly.

I hope you enjoy the interview…

and don’t make fun of my glasses.

But mainly, I hope you enjoy the interview.


Check out the NAWAC’s website at

2 thoughts on “Talking NAWAC with Daryl Colyer

  1. Thank you so much for interviewing Daryl. There are so few “real” people involved in this field. I find Daryl to be very down to earth, sane, convincing and steadfast in his goal. Like yourself, I cannot ignore the experiences over the last 10 years of the NAWAC. I really wish the NAWAC was more vocal as they have been in the past few years in regards to media. I enjoyed the updates from The Bigfoot Show.

    It was great to hear that he would really rather someone else killed one or it happened naturally. It is interesting to hear the subjects involved are adapting.


    • Hey Mike!

      Thanks for chiming in!

      I couldn’t agree more in regards to Daryl. He’s a stand up guy and a real straight shooter (no pun intended…ok, I lie. Pun intended…)

      I’ve truly enjoyed getting to know him a bit better during my time as a member of the NAWAC.

      I certainly hope to have a chance to sit down and talk with him again soon! He’s a fantastic resource when it comes to all things wood ape.


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