Bigfoot SightingsHundreds of documented sightings throughout Ontario. Click pick for more details...
1977 Bearskin Lake, area Man reports seeing bipedal figure standing in water while fishing with his father as a child
1994 Rabbit Lake, Temagami Screams heard by campers while inside cottage
2004 Ignace and Welcome Channel
May 1990 (Class A) - Nightime roadside encounter near Orangeville
Summer 1996-98 Lake Christie, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
August 2006 Track's found in Haliburton
December 2005 Fresh tracks photographed in Armstrong
June 2001 Bigfoot on the Hudson Bay
July 2008 Berry pickers report Sasquatch in Grassy Narrows
January 2005 Camper has uninvited guest
January 1995 Visitors at local park have uninvited guest
September 1999 Novice campers have food stole from a cooler
1915-1977 Reports about"Old Yellow Top" Colbalt Ontario
March 2001 Man see's 7ft, Bipedal creature
September 2001 Hairy hominid in Northern Ontario
July 2001 Northbay 7 foot Sasquatch charges teen girls
August 1986 Campers see Bigfoot
March 2002 Bigfoot flees towards river
August 2001 Hairy creature seen in tree
June 2002 Creature crashing in woods, emitting odd soounds
December 2002 Unusual screams heard
August 1999 Motorist witness bigfoot
October 1984 Stargazers witness bigfoot
July 1990 Fishermen have eerie encounter
December 1992 Kid's find footprints in the fresh fallen snow
October 1978 Pancake Bay GCBRO Creature seen at garbage dump
Summer 2004 Elliot Lake OSR #2 / SRI #73 Creature crosses road
December 2008 (Class B) - Possible vocalizations heard 10 miles SE of Arden
August 2008 (Class A) - Daytime sighting behind a cabin near Westport
Summer 2007 (Class A) - Daylight sighting by emergency services worker driving on Hwy 11 just outside Fort Frances
August 2006 (Class A) - Daylight sighting close to tourist cabins near Sioux Narrows
July 2004 (Class B) - Witness and his girlfriend hear strange sounds near Magnetawan
September 1993-94 (Class A) - Morning daylight encounter with grouse hunter on Indian Island 45 km east of Fort Frances
March 1982 (Class B) - Childhood incident near Trenton - possilble sighting and tracks.
August aprox 1979 (Class B) - Possible tracks found near cabin at Otter Lake
July 1981 (Class A) - Man describes childhood sighting at a cabin in Ufford County
September 2006 (Class B) - Vocazliation heard by moose hunter in the Godson Lake area
May 2001 (Class B) - Hikers report possible vocalizations in Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park
Summer 1975 (Class B) - Man recalls childhood incident, possible sighting outside home near Fort Frances
August 2006 (Class B) - Possible tracks & smell noted by vacationers near Haliburton
September 2004 (Class B) - Family describes possible rock throwing while fishing in Lake Superior Provincial Park
May 2005 (Class B) - Hikers find possible tracks and other sign on an old logging road outside North Bay
Summer 1968 (Class A) - Woman recalls childhood sighting outside a cottage in the Southern Georgian Bay area.
August 2004 (Class B) - Possible whistles heard by campers north of Sault Saint Marie
October 1992 (Class A) - Night time sighting by policeman on the Trans-Canada Hwy, ~100 miles west of Cochrane.
December 2006 (Class A) - Roadside sighting by a father and son north of Brockville
December 2004 (Class A) - Pre-dawn road crossing sighting by trucker 40 miles west of Toronto
November 1984 (Class B) - Possible sighting by two brothers in the Dunrobin area west of Ottawa
November 2002 (Class B) - Various sound-only incidents described by hunter near Cripple Creek
October 2006 (Class A) - Afternoon sighting by couple on Highway 11 outside Latchford<
br> September 2006 (Class A) - Forest Growth and Yield Tech has strange encounter while working in forest
August 2005 (Class B) - August 2005; Temagami, Ontario - A father, his son and girlfriend are witness to several incidents in northern Ontario.
November 2005 (Class B) - Possible vocalizaitons heard at Lake Huron near the town of Bruce Mines
August 2005 (Class B) - Boaters have rocks possibly thrown at them north of Thunder Bay
October 2003 (Class A) - Toronto Police Officer hunting moose has close encounter
July 2002 (Class A) - Man watching his sons canoeing also sees upright animal. Extraordinary vocalizations heard
June 1998 (Class A) - Fisherman has morning sighting while boating up waterway near Sioux Lookout
November 1999 (Class A) - Moose hunter has morning encounter in hills of northern Ontario
September 1997 (Class A) - Creature observed crossing the road.
September 1997 (Class A) - Two witnesses (Truck drivers) spot a Bulky, Hairy (Brown Hair) being walking under the bridge
July 1997 (Class A) - A sighting of a gray shape in the bush near the waters edge, large footprints found afterwards
August 1995 (Class B) - Strange vocalizations heard in the Markdale area
July 1996 (Class A) - A tall, hairy, and ugly eight foot sasquatch spotted after scareing dogs.
July 1996 (Class A) - Couple have a strange feeling of being watched.
July 1996 (Class B) - Brushfire fighters find and photograph large track in remote area on the northside of Lac Seul
1994 (Class A) - Two fishermen spot a 7 foot tall brown creature from their boat.
June 1993 (Class A) - Witnesses see a large, black, hairy creature standing upright only 30 feet from them.
October 1990 (Class A) - Morning encounter with a moose hunter in northern Ontario
June 1987 (Class B) - Strange feeling of being watched reported by couple.
September 1986 (Class A) - Teen watches as sitting bigfoot eats blueberries
July 1986 (Class A) - Fishing Guide has sighting while trolling Deer Lake
August 1978 (Class A) - Motorists have nighttime sighting near Grimsby.
Cougar SightingsIt's back! Many reports have been coming into various groups and government agencies. Proving we have a breeding population of these beautiful creatures. Click pick for more info...
Name: G T
Comments: Observed a cougar on the Head River just south of Fishog lake in the Norland area. Was canoeing out of fishog after a weekend of fishing. Occurred in fall 1998. Heard a screeching roar similar to the sierra Bigfoot recordings on the Musquash River while camping at Putman rapids with my wife. We were on a canoe trip. The roar occured at 11 PM just as we were bedding down in our tent. This occured in the summer of 1995. Would like to get involved if you are looking for volenteers.
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Name: N H
Comments: While deer hunting last November, in WMU 49 ( we are about 45 minutes northeast of parry sound). My boyfriend and myself where walking way out in the middle of no where. When we heard something fallowing us. We stopped to see if we could get our eyes on whatever it was. Then we heard one of those low sounding pissed off cat noises. We just looked at each other and carried on walking. For 20 some-odd more feet we heard the "cat" fallowing us. Then it just went away. Freakiest thing I have heard in the bush yet.
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Comments: My friend C, had a cougar sighting in the fall of 2012. She was on the highway heading for Chelmsford, ON. She was on Highway 35 I think; she had left Sudbury and was heading north to Chelmsford. Anyway she spotted a large tan coloured creature moving in the ditch. She watched it bound up the ditch and across the highway in front of her vehicle. She knew it was a cougar, because of the colouring, size and long tail. Just as quickly as it appeared, it disappeared into the other side of the highway.
I have seen several on the side of the road just south of Espanola. Ontario.
OWFR-OB have heard several reports of Cougars along the highway from Espanola to Manitoulin Island. This area is considered a hot spot for sightings of Cougars.
Hello - I live in the Greater Sudbury Area, but closer to Espanola, Nairn Centre, etc. Over the past couple years, we, and friends/neighbor's of ours, have seen or heard cougars, or evidence of. They seem to pass through every so often - usually around once or twice a year. The MNR remains adamant that there are no cougars up here though! Oh, and a friend of ours who lives out in the Verner/Warren area has heard of a black cougar/panther hanging around - she hasn't seen it yet, but others have.
Hope this helps, and good luck!
August 30th, 2011
"Dog was the first one to pick up on it. Can't say for sure what it was. Moving quick. Might have been a lynx but pretty sure they have a stub for a tail, this one had a tail. Think his barking scared it off. Took a picture of the place to show my son, see if he knows that part of the trail.
Don't have a gps number to give you but you take Harris lake road, east of 69. Follow it in for about 3km or so, trail on your left - follow that for about 2km. Trail dies out unless you use a ATV. That's about the best description I can give you."
Another possible report of what could be a Cougar in the Harris Lake area of Ontario. The sender mentions the fact that Cougars have a long tail and Bobcats and Lynx have short stubby tails. A great way to help identify Cougars from the more abundant species of large cat's found in Ontario. The next time I'm down that way I will head into the area to see if I can at least find tracks. Thanks for the ongoing information coming in every bit helps.
Sunday, February 01, 2009
Heard from a person I play hockey with about a cougar killing a horse in the Horseshoe valley area. He heard story from the owner of the horse
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
On January 16th, 2008, my standard bred horse was taken down and killed by an animal. There were only one set of prints, large prints, if you extended your hand out, that size. One animal only. Grabbed her underbelly just in front of her hind legs and ripped. She put up quite a fight. She was 7 months along with foul, then a chunk out of the hind leg, down to the bone. MNR investigated and took picks of her, but I think we need to know the truth about whether this was a Cougar or not? I understand that wolves and coyotes are in packs, not alone and they would not do this type of damage. There was a sighting in East Garafaxa last week in the Orangeville Banner. Animal owners beware.
Friday, December 26, 2008
On Christmas Day of 2008, travelling on highway 101, on the corner of 67, in a field behind a house we spotted 3 large cats walking side by side. As we looked closer we noticed they were full grown, a dark color and had long tails eliminating the possibility that they could be lynx. What a present to see 3 cougars, such an elusive animal on Christmas Day.
Monday, December 08, 2008
On September 26, 2008 my mother and I were driving from our cottage on the
West Arm of Lake Nipissing. We were driving south on Route 69 about
50 miles north of Perry Sound. It was about 9:30 am when we saw a large, muscular, light-coloured (maybe grey) cougar run across the
highway (no more that 20 feet ahead of us). It happened so fast that we were
glad both of us were in the car to validate the sighting.
Tuesday, November 04, 2008
Last night my husband and I were driving back to Cochrane from Timmins when we spotted a large cat on the side of the road. Upon further observation we noticed it was a cougar. We had the opportunity to stop the car and put the head lights on him and watch him sit on the side of the road for a few minutes before a few cars began to approach.
Friday, October 24, 2008
Late August 2008 my husband and I were camping in northern Ontario, Little Bear Lake area just off of Hwy 560. We had been out for a walk and upon
our return to camp sighted what I am sure is a Cougar walking ahead of us!
Approximately 100-150 feet ahead of us, walking the center of the old dirt
road....we carefully and quietly tried to get closer for a look but it heard
us and leapt into the thick bush in a split second! I was sure I had
spotted something other than a lynx or bobcat once before - wasn't sure what
but after this second sighting I'm sure it was a cougar!
Tuesday, August 12, 2008
On Saturday August 9, 2008. My mother in-law and I were driving up our drive way in the Hockley Valley area, and in the field beside our home we are almost positive we spotted a cougar. It was in the early afternoon in it disappeared in a flash. Our neighbor was out walking in the forest at the back of our place and noticed some strange feces later that day.
Saturday, August 09, 2008
The first time my wife and I spotted a cougar we were amazed at the size and gracefulness of this cat. I have had the one in a million chance to see this cat twice since. The location of our experience was in July 2006 & August 2007 just a half hour West of Timmins
Monday, July 14, 2008
Back in the summer of 1990 my friend Jim and I were driving back to our
summer jobs in a Northern Ontario mining town named Manitouwadge about 60 km north of the trans-Canada hwy in the middle of the night (approx. 3:30-4:00 am). A coyote leapt out in front of the car approx. 50-100ft ahead of us on the road being chased by a large cat.I'll never forget what I saw as it is burned in my memory like a photograph. The cat leapt over the entire hwy in one bound. The length of the body appeared to take up the entire left lane when stretched out, the tail must have been 3ft long and the cat had a tawny/brindle color. I've had the misfortune of hitting a moose but had I hit the Cougar I would have felt terrible as I know how important this cat is as an indicator species to the environment and the hopeful recovery of the Eastern Cougar.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
This beautiful May morning my neighbor and I were walking along our city road near Perth, Ont. She spotted the movement and we could clearly see that it was a large blonde coloured cat-like animal. We are not biologists but I am an artist and am convinced that it is a cougar because of the smooth coat and absence of the fluffy, mottled color of a lynx. It was very muscular. White ears stood up as it ran. It was about 200m (found the spot on Google maps and measured distance using the scale) away from us running North along a tree row.
Fred & Jennifer
Saturday, April 12, 2008
We have 100 acres of protected wetland and forest 3 km SW of Singhampton (north of Creemore & SW of Collingwood). We were out today
following deer tracks and saw some strange scat. We took and picture of
it. Compared to what we have seen on the web, we think it is Cougar scat. It
was loaded with white hairs and was right in the middle of a big deer run.
We are going back tomorrow to get the scat. Maybe someone from the MNR can type it for us.
Thursday, March 27, 2008
I recently moved to North Pelham this
past August (South of St. Catharines,
West of Welland) and was quickly acquainted with my Neighbor who came by to warn me of a cougar living in his barn. MNR was involved with cameras and night vision and even got samples of hair and scat from the barn. They claimed it to be an exotic pet and wouldn't do anything about it. So now its up to the local police or animal control. With 4 small children in my home, I would love for this animal to be relocated to a less populated area.
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
There was a cougar that was hit by a
car yesterday on the 403 in Hamilton, Ontario. I read about it in the
newspaper. It had to be put down for its injuries.
Monday, November 26, 2007
About 8:30 this morning, just after I got the older kids off to school, I was
looking out my front window when some movement over in my neighbors yard caught my attention. At first I thought it to be a large black dog until it moved out of the trees. I realized I was looking at a big, BIG cat. My young
son and I watch for about 10 minutes while it slunk around the yard.
Something startled it and it was off like a ghost. I went to the neighbors
to warn them as they have a small dog and they too were watching it. We came to the conclusion that it was a smaller sized black cougar. What a gift to see such a beautiful creature.
Sunday, October 28, 2007
I was leaving a camp at One Island Lake (outside Thunder Bay, Ontario) when a cougar jumped out of what of seemed to be a tree, and bounced back into the forest. The tail was very long and its body seemed to be the length of the front of the van that I was driving. I sat in the vehicle for about twenty minutes to see if he would return, It did not. One Island Lake is a very well populated area with camps very close to each other and not much forest around. After speaking to some of the locals there about my account I was told of another sighting of a deer carcass in a tree. No one, not even the MNR could explain how it got there. Also two other ladies on a walk on the main camp road saw one, they contacted the MNR and were told that without evidence they could not confirm the sighting.
Monday, September 24, 2007
I moved to Madoc from Toronto four years ago, and didn't believe the story's until a waitress in a restaurant I was working in called a MNR guy into the kitchen to tell me that indeed it was true. The MNR might not "officially" confirm it, but off the record they do. This past summer there have been a few sightings
in this area. By the way people, its "I SAW a cougar" not "I SEEN a cougar"
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
My brother was working up behind White River ON.He seen a Cougar on 2 different occasions(same day)probably
the same one.One of the other guys told him about it first and he figured it was probably a lynx till he seen
it.No mistaking its long tail.He had a good look at it!I had a customer at work that seen one in his back yard.He
lived in Chapleau ON.That was a few years earlier,and about 230km apart!I thought i seen one by Hawk Jct. On. between the 2 other sights once but i
was driving at night and couldn't say if it was a lynx or not for sure,that was about 10 years ago.Oh ya their around!I also heard a rumor that the MNR let some go around here,doing a study to see if they could adapt, but like i said "RUMOR"
Greg from Horseshoe Valley
Wednesday, April 04, 2007
yes..the cougar kill near Horseshoe Valley,was indeed real.The MNR used the escaped pet excuse after conclusive evidence(bite marks/prints) ruled only a Puma would have strangled and then left a horse.It was actually in Warminster(12th line Oro-Medonte),@ 10 mins from Horseshoe.The horse owner fought had to make sure report concluded it was a puma,despite the fact he would receive no provincial/municipal reimbursement as puma aren't recognized as inhabiting central Ontario.Google Ontario puma foundation for more info...they helped investigate. Makes me Leary of taking my kids in the woods around these parts.
Greg from Horseshoe Valley
Wednesday, April 04, 2007 The email making the rounds about the cougar shot at Greenock Swamp,near Walkerton appears to be a hoax(Google it....owensoundradio reports it as false)The cougar was reportedly shot in Alberta Just the same, it's quite a cat.
Friday, March 16, 2007I live in the Temiskaming area of Northern Ontario and cougar sightings have been on the increase up here. While out grouse hunting in 2004, my friend and I saw a large cougar west of Matachewan, no mistaking it, we know our wildlife. My brother spotted one approx. 10km west of Haileybury back in 1998. They're back, that's for sure.
Tuesday, March 13, 2007 I have heard from a few sources that the Ontario MNR has released 7 cougars along the Trans-Canada in the Sharbot Lake region as a method of controlling the swelling deer population and they denied doing it until a farmer shot one that was feeding on his sheep. .....Wouldn't be the first time that the MNR has lied about what they're doing.
Saturday, March 10, 2007i live in northern ontario,were they say no cougars live but i seen one run right out in front of my school bus.it must of weighed 150 or so.i know my wild cats and it was a cougar.
Monday, January 29, 2007 I have seen one in the cambray are of the kawarthas while coyote hunting. I think my hounds may have put it out of the bush that they were in while chaseing a coyote. Much bigger than my houns taller and longer with a long tail many of us locals in the area have seen the same thing.
Wednesday, January 10, 2007Hi all, I am about 40 minutes south of Barrie and I am interested in photographing cougars in this area. Are there any locations that anyone would be willing to share in which I may be able to photograph cougars? Thanks so much, Steve Richardson
Tuesday, December 19, 2006Has anyone heard of a suspected cougar kill in the Horseshoe Valley area of Ontario? This would have been approx. 1 year ago and the killed animal was a horse.
Monday, December 18, 2006I live around Walkerton ONT on a farm at the southern tip of the Greenock wetlands. I seen a cougar when I was coyote hunting I was only 20 feet away when I realized what I was looking at It was well camouflaged between 2 trees. I identified it because of the round ears and cat like face/whiskers not know about the situation of the Eastern Cougar I thought what I had seen was a lynx a big stray cat or my Imagination. But sconce then vie encountered other very odd things like looking through binoculars in dense swamp for coyotes and seeing cat like faces seconded look and there gone. One time my bud pointed out a spot of something up in a tree that was in my bush line across my field we thought if was a new hunting stand.... but later that day it was gone when we checked it out up close and lastly I herd a series of screams tonight while coyote hunting all of them that sounded extremely loud and shrill almost female human but not really. Curious I when on the net and found out what? Cougars scream so I am a believer that cougars are here. IM I will never forget the stare I got from the giant feline. Nothing like it.
Thursday, November 09, 2006Hello EveryoneI am Stuart Kenn, President of the Ontario Puma Foundation - Ontario's leading organization in the research and recovery of an endangered species, the Puma. You can visit our website at ontariopuma.ca.If you live in Ontario and think that you have seen a puma (cougar) please download one of our data sheets and mail it to us or email your sighting to email@example.com Thank You.
Saturday, November 04, 2006I LIVE IN HOCKLEY VALLEY,MY WIFE A FREIND AND MYSELF, SEEN A COUGAR CROSSING OUR FIELD. HE WAS THE LENGTH OF A DEER AND MUST HAVE WEIGHED BETWEEN 150- 200 LBS. THIS WAS AT NOON SO HE WAS VERY VISIBLE THIS SIGHTING TOOK PLACE OCT.26/06 I REPORTED THIS TO THE MINISTRY THEY SAID THEY HAD ANOTHER SIGHTING RECENTLY IN THE GENERAL AREA
Robert Ronald (stayner, barrie, newlowell-Ontario)
Tuesday, October 31, 2006There have been 2 cougar sightings here in central ontario both within the last week, in the same small area. Located inbetween New Lowell Ontario and Stayner Ontario. The animal has been seen stalking the fields of this deer rich area. Both times by experienced outdoors people. Also scat containing deer hair has been found in the same tract of forest, it should also be mentioned that coyotes are virtually non existant in the area due to sickness
Friday, August 18, 2006Hello! There have been reports that a cougar has been spotted here in southern ontario in and around Fergus Ontario. A small cougar was spotted yesterday morning in Wellington County. A woman jogging in the area of Wellington Road 18 in Nichol Township spotted the cougar in the parking lot of the trail bridge area. She reported the incident to police a few hours later, but a search was unsuccessful. Police are reminding people never to approach the animal or to try and catch it. Wild animals can become very aggressive if they feel cornered and may attack.
Saturday, August 05, 2006My mom spotted a cougar in our driveway in mid July. She lives in West River Station in Pictou County Nova Scotia. Rumor has it in the are cougars were released into the wild (west River Station about 15 years ago from a wild life park in the province. I was telling someone about the sighting and they said there have been sightings in the Salem Alma area of Pictou County.
N. Funston (Lanark, Ont)
Friday, June 23, 2006 I know you did an issue on cougars some time ago, but I wanted to point out to you that there's a lot of talk right now in Lanark Highlands of a cougar residing there. I have lived in the area most of my life and have heard the rumours over the past year - and not thought anything of it. I still go out on walks without hesitation. But now, it seems a little more plausible, with more sightings by people who otherwise would know better. Apparently they have some hair & scat which the MNR is looking into (but of course, results may take a while). If you're interested, contact the Lanark Era (our local weekly paper) for the stories thus far.
Friday, June 23, 2006There has been cougars living in the North bay area, out past the airport for years, my granfather showed me tracks of one when I was young and we were going fishing back at these beaverdams he knew about, the tracks were bigger then lynx and in perfect condition in the semi-hard mud, he was not worried about it, but a few weeks ago my brother Davids neighbor ran into one on a trail and it came after him, he had his dog with him and it scared the cat off.
Our Latest Investigations
Tracks found and documented.
South of Sudbury
Visitor reports seeing large hairy creature on reserve in very remote area Southwest of Sudbury.
Spring 2009. Cottagers photograph 12 foot creature just outside cabin in daylight.
Algonquin Park 2010 Driver videotapes possible Bigfoot while traveling dirt road with GoPro camera attached to bumber.
North of Capreol. Fall 2011. Hunters experience strong unpleasant odours near camp. Grunts and growls in distance, and continued most of weekend.
Spanish River. May, 2012. Prints in mud at portage.
Killarney. April 2012. Sighting for several minutes, with eye contact. Sasquatch then walked away and blended in surroundings.
North of Hanmer May 2012. Couple observes possible sasquatch sitting on log next to swamp.
Paradise Lake. June 2012. Tracks found.
Reports from Paradise Lake of Cougars in the summer in Crown Land camp ground.
North Channel, Lake Huron. July, 2011. Extreme growl as boaters approached. Revolting smell.
Our Ongoing Investigations
Blind River Area
Several historic and recent reports of Bigfoot are being investigated.
Expedition team document possible large foot prints in mud and experience several tree knock incidents while there.
Lake Superior Provincial Park
Many reports from campers and hikers have come in from the area in recent years. Member documents huge footprints in snow. Coming Soon
Lost Channel/Moose Lake
Man in youth see's frequent sightings of Bigfoot in small village of Lost Channel, Ontario.
OWFR-OB members record strange
"breather" audio while away from basecamp.
Expedition team documents possible Bigfoot tracks in mud and audio of a large Feline walking the perimeter of the basecamp.
LaCloche Range and LaChance
An ongoing study of the area south of Espanola, Ontario is ongoing. Cougar sightings on Hwy 6 and possible Bigfoot activity is active in the area.
Several smelt fishermen have bowling ball size rock's thrown at them at night while fishing from across a 50 foot river. Leave for safety.
New Report in from Paradise Lake. Sightings of Cougars in the area and campsites surrounding lake. OWFR-OB investigating.
Several reports of Bigfoot are being investigated by OWFR-OB. Some historic and some recent. As well as a recent Chubracabra sighting witnessed by 4 individuals.
Veteran fishermen leave remote camp two weeks early due to scary loud vocalizations at night for several days near cabin.
Cougar reports have been coming in from the area. Some sightings and tracks seen.
Hunters report strange vocalizations and smells while hunting in the area for the week. Sounded like something being killed for several day's.
Nine Mile Lake
OWFR-OB member has vocalization incident while camping and canoeing alone.
Man records several strange vocalizations on audio tape.
Group of canoeists report strange vocalization at dusk while camped on bank of river. One slept with axe under pillow that night.
OWFR-OB document Cougar tracks north of Agnew Lake.
Reports of Cougar's including several of a black one with several cubs are being investigated.
Bigfoot reports continue coming in from the Eastern part of the island.
Reports of a family of Bigfoot living at the Eastern end of the lake.
Also a report in that a large group of people might be staying in the bush in the general area. "Homesteading"
Two men at cottage witness large creature on the railway tracks on the Western end of lake.
Lake Of The Woods
Historic and very recent sightings of Bigfoot at area lodge and Indian reserve (YellowGirl) also Red Cliff Bay on Lake of the Woods.
Report of Bigfoot and strange vocalizations from Big Island on Lake Of The Woods.
Well documented report of Bigfoot from Grassy Narrows First Nation's Reserve.
Snelgrove and Lac Seul in Northern Ontario have had plenty of Media attention "Monster Quest" for example.
Historic and very recent sightings of Bigfoot from the surrounding area. A well known area of activity since the first reports of the creature in the 1930"s "Old Yellow Top"
Algonquin Prov Park
Plenty of sightings, strange wildlife behavior and vocalizations have been coming in from the park and surrounding area for years. Also a great place to research Wolves.
Report of strange vocalizations in the summer of 2011. OWFR-OB is still investigating area.
Report of encounter and extremely loud vocalization and smell coming from an island by some boaters in the summer of 2011. Investigation is underway.
Bon Echo Prov Park Area
Historic and recent sightings from the entire area surrounding the park. Including a sighting of a possible Cougar.
Reports of Cougar's and strange wildlife behavior and vocalizations continue to come into OWFR-OB.
We believe the Cougars use the LaCloche Range of mountains to travel.