Host Jim Shockey travels the world to bring you the best hunting adventures around on Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures . The show takes you to the Alaska Yukon on a moose hunt, polar bear hunting by dogsled with the Inuit people in the Arctic, Cape Buffalo and crocodile hunting in Tanzania, gazelle and white bearded wildebeast hunting in Masialand and Muskox hunting in the Arctic with a muzzleloader. You just never know where Jim's next adventure will take you.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures - List of fatal bear attacks in North America - Netflix
Fatal bear attacks in North America have occurred in a variety of settings. There have been several in the bears' wilderness habitats involving hikers, hunters, and campers. Brown bear incidents have occurred in their native range spanning Alaska, Northern and Western Canada, and portions of the Rocky Mountains in the United States. The locations of black bear wilderness fatal attacks reflect their wider range: all Canadian Provinces except the Atlantic Provinces and several major mountainous areas in the United States. Bears held captive by animal trainers, in zoos, carnivals, or kept as pets have been responsible for several attacks. There have also been unusual cases in which a person entered a bear's cage and was then mauled. Bear attacks are rare. Attacks are for predatory, territorial, or protective reasons. Most wilderness attacks have occurred when there were only one or two people in the vicinity. In this list, three species of bear are recognized: the brown bear (Ursus arctos, commonly known as the grizzly bear), the American black bear (Ursus americanus), and the polar bear (Ursus maritimus).
Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures - Brown bear - Netflix
Jim Shockey's Hunting Adventures - References - Netflix