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is a non-profit private group of independent researchers who are investigating the existence of sasquatch or bigfoot in Ontario. We believe sasquatch exists and is a flesh and blood animal that is well adapted to its habitat. .... read more
We are pleased to announce that Ontario’s largest sasquatch research groups, Ontario Sasquatch and Ontario Wildlife Field Research have merged into one organization.
This merger unites researchers and enthusiasts province-wide and ensures that our members are offered the highest level of accessibility to the latest sasquatch and wildlife activity throughout Ontario.
Our Membership Application is no longer available. Please join our public forum, Ontario Sasquatch/OWFR Forum for updates on the latest sasquatch activity in Ontario and to meet others who share your interest. Get to know us for a while there, and if you show that you are an energetic and active participant in forum discussion, and you wish to become an Ontario Investigator, you may be invited to join us in the field, and investigate sasquatch sightings. We cover all of Ontario, and we need more investigators in many areas.
SE of Acton Sighting - 2006
Grassy Narrows Sighting - 2008
Field How -To Article
The Trouble with Footprints by
P. Pinkham, guest contributor, Illustrations by P. Barker,
Evaluation of Alleged Sasquatch Footprints and their Inferred Morphology by Dr. Jeff Meldrum
OSR Investigator Articles:
Terence Sakohianisaks Douglas
Field Notes, Grassy Narrows Sighting - Aug.2008
Sasquatch - What Do We Know Anyway? Part I
Sasquatch - What Do We Know Anyway? Part II
A Most Frightening Sasquatch Encounter
Science's Attitude toward the Sasquatch
Stories Told Around the Campfire
Aboriginal People Enthusiastic About Sasquatch
We have provided links to Sound Files
of a large variety of animals and birds.
If you have heard a sound in the forest that you can't identify, these audio files may help.
It's estimated that there are now as many as 500 cougars believed to inhabit Ontario. Be wary when in the woods ...
If you have reported an incident to another investigation group outside of Ontario, we welcome you to re-submit your report to Ontario Sasquatch. Our investigators can make a site visit and meet with you personally to talk about your encounter. We don't want to take reports away from other organizations ... but we're trying to build a picture of what is occurring in this province. The only way we can do that is to talk with you and listen to you.
We also have a resident artist who can do a sketch, if you've had a close up sighting.
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