Watch Dr. John Bindernagel explain why the Cowichan Valley is an ideal place for Bigfoot

The Cowichan Valley is a region around the Cowichan River and Cowichan Lake on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada. There is some debate as to the origin of the name Cowichan, which many believe to be an anglicized form of the First Nations tribal name Quw'utsun. The Cowichan Valley has historically had a lot of sightings over the years. Most of those sightings occur along the Cowichan and Chemainus rivers.

Shaw TV met with Dr. John Bindernagel, a Vancouver Island wildlife biologist who has studied sasquatches for decades. The Cowichan Valley is apparently abundant with evidence.

News segment below originally aired December 7, 2011.


  1. Love to hear Dr. Bindernagal great guy !

  2. Jeepers! One report a week that comes to Dr. Bindernagal, means many more unreported. In any case that is a large number. I do hope the good Dr. gets his wish. He is a true asset and treasure in the Bigoot field.

    Chuck in Ohio

  3. Beautiful country on Vancouver Island.I used to do a lot of hiking around there.
    I wish the Dr. good luck.

  4. Please remember that "Doctor" is his given first name. It is on his birth certificate and while I have nothing but respect for the man remember he was born a "Doctor".


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