Alaskan Bush People: Why Bird Chooses Not To Use Social Media
Viewers of Alaskan Bush People have only just noticed that Bird Brown doesn't use social media like the rest of her family. The oldest Brown daughter has not yet been converted to Instagram or Twitter and doesn't intend to ever embrace either platform. Due to this, it is hard to keep up with what is going on in Bird's life when the show isn't filming.
Amora Jean “Snowbird” Brown is known to be a very private person. She is the eldest daughter out of seven children and has one of the strongest connections to the bush. At 27 years old, Bird Brown still acts a bit like a child and has yet to set off on her own in the world, choosing instead to stay close to her mother. With five older brothers, she has grown up to be strong and independent and out-hunts any of her siblings.SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
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Since the latest season of the Alaskan Bush People wrapped, fans have been wondering what Bird has been up to. The cat lover has not publicly posted on her Facebook since 2015, so it is hard to keep track of her. Sometimes fans can catch of glimpse of Bird on her younger sister, Rain's profile. The last time she posted with Rain was in June 2020, when the two sisters had to clear up false accounts, noting she didn't have one, so none of them were her.
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Bird Brown has yet to find a significant other like her siblings and still lives in the main house with her mother and younger sister. She did try dating recently, but it didn't go as well as she had planned since Loomis didn't have a lot of young men to choose from. In the last season of the Alaskan Bush People, fans watched as Bird and her family mourned the death of Billy Brown. The patriarch died from a massive seizure in February 2020, leaving behind quite a legacy. The Wolf Pack worked hard to fix up North Star Ranch and finish the house in his honor.
The Discovery network has yet to announce if there will be a new season of the Alaskan Bush People, but Bird's brother, Noah Brown, hinted on his Instagram that there was a high possibility the show was already filming. If there is a new season, there is no doubt in fans' minds that they will see Bird back in action, helping her father's dream thrive.
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