Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio

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Welcome to Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio!
Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio is a talk show that interviews the American Bigfoot Researcher, witnesses and other mysterious subjects. We are real Bigfoot researchers ourselves and we like to interview real people who are having real experiences and willing to share them. We believe we have learned much of what we know today because of the hard work and sacrifice of America's Bigfoot researcher. We do try to keep the subject matter grounded and believable. Sometimes we are surprised by unbelievable claims during our broadcast and ask that you not present these beliefs as those of the Nite Callers crew. In this day of new age Bigfoot, we do try to hold a respectable level of science to the information shared on this program. We are not professionals, we are the working class, we are family. We welcome you to join us around our campfire every Wednesday night at 8:30 p.m. as we learn about the mysterious realm of Bigfoot. Join the chat and be sure to like and share us on Facebook. You can also catch the show on our Youtube channel or the Stitcher app for NCBR on the go!

Ontario Wildlife Field Research

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Join Nite Callers as we bring the Directors of OWFR Jason Goldring, Peter Smith and Tim Ervick to the show this Sunday. OWFR is made up of volunteer outdoor enthusiasts, researchers and investigators. All with a love of the great outdoors and the wildlife in it. From Photographers, videographers to audio specialists and trackers. The mission of OWFR is to explore, understand and document the nature and prevalence of known and unknown wildlife in Ontario, Canada.OWFR’s researchers and investigaters are keenly interested in the unexplained and solving mysteries. From known to the unknown wildlife found in Ontario. OWFR strives for a better understanding of the true diversity found in the deep Ontario woods. It’s stranger than you might think.OWFR regularly heads into the Ontario bush on expeditions to research and investigate wildlife.  http://www.owfr.org/ 

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