Survivorman Bigfoot season 2 kicked off an April 1st with its premiere episode as Les Stroud continues his search for Bigfoot.
The new season of Survivorman Bigfoot will feature six new episodes in all and promises to have some interesting developments in store. The new episodes of Survivorman Bigfoot season 2 are set to air on the Discovery Channel on Wednesdays at 8 PM Central along with The Science Channel the following Friday of each week at 9 PM Central.
The premiere of the new season called Survivorman: Bigfoot Legend of Klemtu Hill kicked things off with a blast and the remainder of the upcoming episodes should be even better. Here is some information about the 2015 Survivorman Bigfoot season 2 upcoming episodes one of which is in Alberta along with others in Northwest California and the Canadian Rockies.
“Alberta Foothills.” Evidence of Sasquatch activity has been found in rural Alberta. Stroud, who knows the Canadian wild better than almost anyone, is able to approach the territory with a skeptic’s eye, determining what traces could be real and what could be attributed to other activity. Relying on stealth camera equipment, along with infrared trail cams and thermal imaging, he seeks to go straight to the source and discover the creature—or other force—that’s been baffling scientists for generations. Airs Wednesday, April 8 on Discovery Channel at 9/8 Central and on The Science Channel on Friday, April 10 at 10/9 Central
“Hoopa.” With nearly a lifetime of tracking experience, Stroud may be able to find traces of Bigfoot in the land of the Hoopa Valley Tribe. Surrounded by ancient red cedar forests in northwest California, it’s easy to get lost in the giant shadows, which hide dense black bear territory. Here, Stroud is determined to get irrefutable proof of Bigfoot by catching the creature on film. But first, he must learn about the area. Stroud spends time getting to know the locals and hears tales of sightings over the years, before offering himself to the wilderness, seeking to make the connection of a lifetime. Airs Wednesday, April 15 on Discovery Channel at 9/8 Central and on The Science Channel on Friday, April 17 at 10/9 Central
“Mountain.” The grizzly bear territory is the most remote and dangerous territory of the Canadian Rockies. Here, audio has been captured during a near-fatal encounter, presumably with the Sasquatch. Stroud sets out to the location of the incident, armed with hidden cameras, pheromone chips, hand bells, chimes and testing kits. His goal: to get DNA proof of Bigfoot. It turns out, he’s got a long night ahead of him, filled with strange noises and giant grizzly footprints. By thinking like an animal, he hopes to make a new discovery. Airs Wednesday, April 22 on Discovery Channel at 9/8 Central and on The Science Channel on Friday, April 24 at 10/9 Central.