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Featured Shows on Wilderness TV


Here is just a sneak-preview of some of the great shows now playing on Wilderness TV. Watch us online, on your smartphone, Ipad, tablet, ROKU and other SMART TV devices. 


Student of the Gun


Student of the Gun is a hit television show that travels throughout the United States seeking the advice and expertise of the best firearms trainers available. Sometimes deadly serious, sometimes just for fun, Student of the Gun always strive to educate and entertain their viewers while offering them an insiders' look at the worlds of firearms.


Each episode will introduce the viewer to new and interesting firearms as well as the latest gear to go with them.

Badlands National Parks:
58 National Parks Series



They call it The Wall. It extends for a hundred miles through the dry plains of South Dakota—a huge natural barrier ridging the landscape, sculptured into fantastic pinnacles and tortuous gullies by the forces of water. Those who pass through the upper prairie a few miles north might not even know it exists. Those who traverse the lower prairie to the south, however, can't miss it; it rises above them like a city skyline in ruins, petrified.


It's been compared to an enormous stage set—colorful, dramatic, and not quite real. Water, the main player on this stage, has been carving away at the cliffs for the past half million years or so, and it carves away an entire inch (three centimeters) or more in some places each year. But there have been other players, too. Beasts with names like titanothere and archaeotherium once roamed here; their fossilized bones can be found by the hundreds. And today the Badlands Wall serves as a backdrop for bison, pronghorn, and bighorn sheep, as well as the million human visitors who pass through the park every year.



In HD. Shot by acclaimed filmmaker Dennis Burkhart.

The 93 Year Old Who Lives Alone in the Wilderness

93-year-old man called Jack English has been coming to California’s Ventana Wilderness for 82 years. Nearly four decades ago, when an old homestead parcel went up for auction, he bought it and built a small off grid cabin on the site. Many years later, shortly before she passed away, his wife told him he should live there full time. Now he does, living alone, off the grid, and making hand made beautiful violin bows. A wonderful short profile of man who’s found contentment in a place that doesn’t seem to change. 


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