The Browns plan their return to the wilderness in the Season 2 premiere.
Matt, Bam, Bear, and Gabe feel the strain of making deliveries in harsh conditions. Meanwhile, circumstances back in Browntown force a decision that will change the lives of the wolf pack forever.
You asked, Bear answers. An episode all about the most extreme member of the Brown family.
They may not get the date exactly right, but the Brown family has plenty of Christmas spirit. Join them as they celebrate Christmas, Alaskan Bush style.
At the end of one of the toughest years the Brown family has had in the wilderness of Alaska, grit and perseverance is the only path to survival.
A storm overtakes Chichagof island and threatens the safety of the Brown Family as they set out on a journey to bring home a new addition to Browntown, while oldest brother Matt returns home for a fresh start.
Matt has killed a deer in the wilderness. But his mission is not fulfilled, because many black and brown bears live in Southeast Alaska. The predators have an excellent sense of smell and sense a carcass with its fine nose several kilometers away. Say: It is only when the resettler has dragged the 60 kilos of hunting to "Brownstown", he is safe from the hungry omnivorous. Matt's brothers and sisters are mixing wall paint in the forest - from berries and mud
"Brownstown" is supposed to grow and prosper, so family leader Billy forges great plans in Alaska. The "Bush People" live in the northernmost state of the state of what nature offers them. But they need fuel for the power supply and their tools. The transport of gasoline is tedious and dangerous - particularly in winter with ice and snow. That is why the wildernesses want to build a windmill on Chichagof Island. With this alternative energy source the "Wolfsrudel" would be completely independent
The Browns want to buy a boat, but the financial resources of the "Wolfsrudel" are limited. That is why the resettlers negotiated a deal with the owner of the watercraft. Instead of pushing cash on the table, the wilderness is supposed to do two assignments for the freight forwarder from Hoonah. First, Billy and his sons are transporting two 150-kilo heavy-bodied tanks to Port Alexander. And then they take off a waterplane with the "Trinity" off the coast of Prince of Wales Island.
Half the family hangs spewing over the railing, because the browns have fallen into a storm on the open sea. And catering on board the "Integrity" also leaves much to be desired. Except for a few breakfast ingredients is hardly left over. Nevertheless, the resettlers continue to pursue Prince of Wales Island, where they are to carry out an order for a freight forwarder. The island in the south-east of Alaska has a lot of memories with Billy, Ami and the children, because the "Wolfsrudel" has lived on the island for ten years
The 34-year-old Matt builds a freezer in the wilderness, where the emigrants can bunk their meat supplies. Because on Chichagof Island many hungry bears wander around. Noah, Bear and Gabe are now taking care of the family's new flagship project: the improvised wind power plant is supposed to supply the "Wolfsrudel" off the beaten track with civilian power - six kilowatts for the time being. But during the installation of the huge apparatus underlies the brothers in Alaska a following error
Saw work and a hungry bear keep the adventurers in Alaska powerful. The predator has ransacked the food supplies of the emigrants, and without flesh Billy and his family do not come across the winter. That is why Bear and his sister Snowbird break into the wilderness to hunt game. Matt and Gabe, meanwhile, roll up their sleeves in Brownstown to organize 12 cubic meters of timber for a barter. When everything runs smoothly, the brothers receive a turbine for their wind turbine.
Fresh bear traces near the camp place the "Alaskan Bush People" on Chichagof Island in alertness. Obviously the animal has not been eating enough bacon before the winter's rest. But there is very little time for wilderness dwellers to find and drive the robber, since the family's new windmill is an absolute priority. If Billy and his sons succeed in assembling the missing spare parts before the ground completely freezes, this would be an important step towards independence.
In the Season 7 premiere, the displaced Browns struggle through a devastating transition, while Ami undergoes testing due to recent health concerns. Later, Browntown is under the care of a lone protector, as Noah braves the dangers of the wilderness to defend the homestead.
A major diagnosis shakes the Brown family and forces them toward a decision that could reshape their lifelong journey. While medical analysis continues for Ami in the lower 48, oldest son Matt attempts to get back to normal as he reunites with Noah.
A major diagnosis shakes the Brown family and forces them toward a decision that could reshape their lives. While medical analysis continues for Ami in the lower 48, oldest son Matt attempts to get back to normal as he reunites with Noah in Browntown.
The Brown family awaits Ami's treatment options. Also: a look at the wolf pack's ability to endure through hardships in every environment. Adrift on the shores of the Alaskan wilderness, the wolf pack rediscover their need for adventure.
Ami awaits treatment options; the kids prepare to join Matt in Alaska to begin packing up Browntown; and after an explosion that leaves Matt injured, Bear, Rain and Bird work on the homestead short-handed.
The Brown children face a critical decision as they part ways with the family's Alaskan homestead, while Ami braces for her upcoming cancer treatments in California; and the wolf pack finds new ways to keep spirits high.
Ami prepares to undergo treatment for lung cancer; siblings Bear, Bird, and Rain work to give the family's homestead back to the bush; and the entire wolf pack looks to the future and finds strength in the hope for a new place to call Browntown.
As the Brown family adapts after closing their dream homestead, they charge toward a new beginning with the skills and knowledge they've acquired over 35 years in the Alaskan wilderness.
The Wolfpack arrives on their new property in the most remote frontier of the lower 48, but the long winter in the region wreaks havoc on their first attempts to tame the mountain.
The Browns begin an ambitious barn build, the key to Billy's grand vision. Noah return reuniting the entire wolfpack for the first time since Alaska.
Disaster strikes as floods plague the region, and the Brown's must balance the fate of their new community with the success of their homestead.
Noah invents an ingenious device to rid the home site of moles; Billy gives daughter Rain major responsibility as barn construction goes full bore at the ranch.
Ami prepares for a critical doctor checkup; Billy grows concerned about progress on the homestead; a rogue bear destroys Bam's new beehives forcing the youngsters to rebuild the hive and save the bees before it's too late.
Barn construction is all hands on deck, but family confronts Bam when he chooses to pay more attention to his own projects.
The Wolf Pack braces for a looming wildfire that threatens completion of the barn. Noah walks down the aisle to become the first married Brown.
The Wolfpack's quest for complete freedom takes a big step forward with livestock, including a risky 2000lb longhorn bull. Noah and his new wife Rhain Alisha arrive to start making their new life on the mountain with a monumental announcement.
The Wolfpack seizes an opportunity to stockpile meat with their first ever buffalo hunt. Brothers Noah and Bam are left to build a mine-cooled meat locker and keep the ranch running in anticipation of the family's return.
As bold new predators get increasingly closer to the family's ranch, the Browns devise inventive solutions to defend their livestock; Gabe's long-distance girlfriend makes her first, long-anticipated visit to the mountain.
A medical emergency on the Wolfpack's ranch forces the family to become more resourceful as they continue to build their dream on the mountain. Gabe's hasty leap toward marriage has the family concerned.
As the first snow falls, the Browns make a risky attempt to move their temporary shelters closer to the barn in hopes of bringing father Billy back home. Noah uses his ingenuity to prepare he and his pregnant wife Rhain Alisha for her first winter.
The Browns struggle to finish building their homes just as winter closes in and the ground begins to freeze.
The Brown family gets ready to defend themselves after a gruesome scene indicates that a dangerous new predator is stalking their ranch.
The Wolf Pack's first pheasant hunt turns into a competition in anticipation of a much-needed, post-Thanksgiving celebration; later, Billy and Ami surprise the family with new additions to the ranch that will bring them closer to their roots.
Birdi goes on a treacherous hunt to bring home meat for the family and save her chickens from slaughter; Noah constructs an automatic diaper machine; Gabe gets bush insight from Ami that he can pass along to Raquell.
Winter approaches yet the Wolf Pack feels the heat; Bear works furiously to finalize an addition to his home; Billy faces a new medical crisis; a big winter storm forces Noah and Rhain Alisha to make a tough decision.
The Brown siblings struggle to finish their ambitious home sites as the ground begins to freeze; the Wolf Pack gets the call that Rhain-Alisha has gone into labor and races to the birth of baby Eli.
Decades of experience and resourcefulness in the Alaskan bush laid the groundwork for the Wolfpack's ability to overcome nearly any challenge. But will their skills help them realize their family dream of a ranch in Washington?
As the siblings race to complete their ambitious water system, Billy gets news that shakes the Wolfpack and redirects their future. Meanwhile, Bear goes on an important hunt where he reflects on an important life decision.