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Survivorman is a Canadian-produced television program, broadcast in Canada on the Outdoor Life Network (OLN), and internationally on Discovery Channel and Science Channel. The show aired 5 seasons and 4 specials in 2004, 2007, 2008, 2012, and 2014. The title refers to the host of the show, Canadian filmmaker and survival expert Les Stroud, who used survival skills and knowledge to survive alone for up to ten days (seven days during the first three seasons and ten days during seasons four and five), in remote locales where he brings with him little or no food, water, or equipment. According to the show's website, each location was scouted and pre-planned extensively by Stroud and his team who consulted with survival specialists and natives of each area. The fact that Stroud is not accompanied by a production crew and performs the filming himself is a major focus of the show.

Season 4

Les Stroud is shipwrecked on the desert island of Tiburon. After 5 days of surviving on the shore, he treks in­land in search of food, water and shelter. In the mountainous desert landscape, Les must avoid packs of wild coyotes, scorpions and rattlesnakes. Alone and carrying heavy camera equipment, he is at risk of exposure and dehydration. Making fire to distill drinking water, he survives on clams and edible plants in this ten­ twenty-yearday survival ordeal.

Les Stroud is shipwrecked on the desert island of Tiburon. Part of the Sonoran desert, Tiburon is searing hot in the day and freezing cold at night. The coastline is a barren stretch with no source of freshwater. Les must distill seawater and scavenge for clams and oysters amongst the rocks and mud to survive. With the threat of stingrays in the shallow waters and coyotes hunting the shoreline, Les battles hunger, fatigue and loneliness in this ten­day survival ordeal.

Les Stroud is stranded in the Norwegian mountains. This will prove to be the most difficult survival expedition of Les’s twenty-year career. With no food or water, no safety or camera crew, Les must haul 65 pounds of camera gear down the slick wet mountainside in the hope of finding shelter. Scavenging what he can from the barren landscape, exhausted and starving, Les draws on his years of experience and the will to survive in order to make it the full ten days.

Les Stroud strands himself in the Norwegian mountains to survive for ten days taking little food, no water or gear, and no safety or camera crew. Does Les stay with his marooned car or push on to find help? Hauling 65 pounds of camera gear, Les makes due with what he has, builds crude shelter, eats what he finds, and proves it takes true will to survive.

Season 3

Through the perilous jungle Survivorman treks deep, with the help of a couple of local guides. Led off the beaten path he is deserted alone in this primordial landscape. Starting off the week sick with a parasite form the water, all of Les’s survival expertise will be tested for the next 7 days as food is scarce and shelter from the rain is hard to find in the deep jungles of Papua New Guinea

Forced to land his ultralight aircraft due to miscalculation in fuel, Survivorman is once again out to endure the elements for seven days in this spectacular locale... the Australia Outback. Its spring “down under” and temperatures can be as hot as 45°C ­ or just above freezing. The location is home to the deadly brown king-snake and death adder ­ among the most venomous in the world.

Temagami, pronounced “Te­MAWG­a­mee” is Ojibway for “deep water by the shore.” It’s located in northeastern Ontario and home of some of the oldest rocks on the face of the planet, old growth pine forests, clear deep lakes, and it boasts artifacts and stone drawings dating as far back as 6000 B.C. It was Grey Owl’s stomping ground and now, Survivorman’s. Autumn can be quite beautiful at this time of year, but the nights are cold at around freezing, and the days are fickle... rain, sun, humidity, are all possible within a very short time with little or no warning. Les and his friend, Bob, are out for a hunting weekend when they get separated from each other and lost from their ATV which is carrying all their supplies.

In the land of the midnight sun, Survivorman heads in to 72°.46 N ­ the northern tip of Baffin Island. Living here is an exercise in survival. Getting to the base camp takes two days longer the expected due to weather. On­route the boats are surrounded by a pod of orca... killer whales. And Les soon notices what the killer whales are after... thousands of narwhale; something that most of the Inuit rarely see. Les’s survival starts on the Arctic tundra coast where he’s left with a folding canoe, CB radio, fishing tackle, some whale blubber and his wits.

Cowboys... the iconic figure of the Wild West and the Colorado Rockies. These seven days finds Les surviving not alone, but with two horses. This gives survival a whole new twist.
Out for a casual day’s ride, Les (and horses) have to survive temperatures that vary from 70°F in the day to snow flurries at night. The mosquitoes are thick and relentless and mountain lions hunt in the area.

The California Gold Rush drew people from all over the world to the rugged Sierra Nevada’s. Now it’s a hiker’s dream ­ drawing people from all over the world. You can easily hike for miles and miles here. The problem is... it’s just as easy to get lost. Les finds himself in the predicament of a lost hiker. Travelling with a typical “day hiker” pack ­ only provisions for an overnight stay ­ Les needs to make the most of what he’s brought with him, and scrounge the rest.

Season 2

Catch up on all of Stroud's adventures in season two of “Survivorman” in this episode highlighting the most exciting segments this season and featuring amazing never­before­seen footage and additional survival tips.

The Cook Islands are situated about as far away from everywhere as you can possibly get; the middle of the South Pacific ocean. Being one of the most deceptive places on the planet, this tropical paradise hides some horribly unperceivable dangers including the world’s most venomous fish, the stone­fish. Stroud, equipped with only his scuba gear, is abandoned by his crew at sea to recreate a frightfully common occurrence; separated from your boat and left alone in the ocean waters. Utilizing a shipwreck on the beach of a small tropical island to live amongst the rats for 7 days, he uses his knowledge as a survival expert to make it through the week, alone. With a constant bombardment of tropical storms Les must gather food and collect rain water so that he may survive and make it home.

Alaska is known as the “Land of the Midnight Sun.” As Stroud enters an ocean bay called “Taroka Arm” by sea kayak, there's only about four hours of twilight per day and he knows that Mother Nature is going to wreak havoc upon his internal clock. At this time of year, the salmon in this bay are active and so are the black bears and grizzlies, which Stroud will have to steer clear of if he's going to make it through this week alive. This coastline has the second highest tides in the world and finding high, dry land is first priority after bear­watching.

Stroud arrives in the stunning, yet sizzling hot plains of South Africa via hot air balloon, and immediately must contend with the majestic lions and vicious hippos so feared by humans. Everyday Stroud is on the move, trying to survive on only one small bottle of water, a machete and his trusty multi­tool. Luckily, the rainy season brings more water to the area, but he must always stay alert to avoid the black mamba, Africa's deadliest snake. The air balloon comes in handy, serving as a hammock and shelter but it won't solve the problem of having no food.

Although snowmobiles are the main mode of travel in Labrador, dog sledding is the way Stroud will get around the freezing north. Even though he brought along a survival kit, including fishing supplies, duct tape, rope, his multi tool and a .22 rifle, he is still without the crucial essentials needed in Labrador forests in winter: matches and a pair of snowshoes. Unable to catch a break, Stroud hits a low point as he is forced to steal food from the dogs. When Stroud finds himself completely stranded due to a rapid thaw and unable to continue on his journey, his only hope is to turn to the skies. Will Survivorman have to call it quits for the first time?

With temperatures on the sand reaching 60 C, Stroud has his work cut out for him in the scorching red sands of the Kalahari Desert. With only enough water for four days, Stroud mimics the Bushmen and sits still in the shade during daylight. Night is another story, however, when temperatures drop to as low as 7 C. Can Stroud survive on locust and scorpions, or will he have to surrender to the sand?

In the dangerous depths of the Amazon Rainforest lurk predators of all shapes and sizes. Just one touch from the poisonous spiders, army ants and caterpillars can kill and the constant rain and humidity do not make matters any better. After brushing up on wilderness and hunting tactics from the skilled Waorani tribe, Stroud will have to survive on next to nothing while capturing it all with the camera equipment he lugs around.

Season 1

"Behind the Scenes" is an intimate one­hour look at the making of the Survivorman series. We go behind the scenes of this popular show to take a look at clips and outtakes over the nine episodes.

Living "off the land" takes on a new meaning as Stroud casts off for a week at sea. With no food and only a bare minimum of equipment, Stroud will be set adrift in an inflatable life raft off the coast of Belize. Battling hunger, thirst and the Caribbean heat, he must also keep his cameras dry to film the ordeal. To top it off ­ the life raft has a few bad leaks and needs constant bailing. It also leaks air and requires frequent re­inflation with a hand pump ­ Survivorman is in for a busy few days!

In the remote winter­bound forests of Northern Ontario, a crashed plane lies in the snow beside a frozen lake. There is no one alive on board. But this plane didn't crash here ­ the decrepit old wreck has been airdropped from a helicopter to provide a temporary home for Survivorman. For a week Stroud will have to survive in this harsh snowy wilderness with only an axe, a multi­tool and a single blanket to aid him.

The spectacular red landscapes of Utah's canyonlands are as beautiful as they are inhospitable. Like outlaws of old who were known to eat their own horses out of desperation in this forlorn place, Stroud will cannibalize the mountain­bike he has ridden into the middle of nowhere. As well as these scavenged bike parts to aid him, he also has a multi­tool, a magnesium flint­stick and an old energy­bar ­ that he has a use for other than eating.

This episode sees Stroud airdropped onto a snow­covered peak in the Canadian Rockies courtesy of the Canadian Mountain Air Rescue Service. They'll come looking for him in seven days. Until then Stroud is entirely on his own, save for the grizzlies, cougars and wolves that also call this place home. To emulate a real­life survival scenario ­ in this case a heli­hiking expedition comes to grief ­ Stroud has been provided with a few readily salvageable items, among them a broken camcorder and tripod. One man's trash is another man's treasure!

Pond Inlet, on the Northern reaches of Baffin Island, provides one of the most challenging landscapes our planet

The swamplands of Georgia's Altamaha River Basin are all that one would expect of a Primordial bog: dank, menacing, swimming with slithering creepy­crawlies and, of course, alligator­infested. This is the welcoming environment Stroud will be immersed in for seven sweaty days and bone­chilling nights.

A Costa Rican getaway ­ as far removed from everyday living as you can imagine: lush rainforests and deserted tropical beaches. Marooned on Costa Rica's Osa Peninsula, Les "Survivorman" Stroud has only a few items to aid him for the next 7 days: swimming goggles, 3 ballpoint pens, a multi­tool and the clothing on his back. On top of keeping hydrated in the intense humidity and relentless heat, Stroud must cope with deadly snakes, enormous spiders, land­crabs and scorpions.

The Sonora Desert in the south­western United States covers an area of approximately 120,000 square miles. It is an arid, seemingly barren environment with scorching daytime highs and freezing overnight lows. Riding a dirt bike out into the official middle of nowhere, Les simulates a break­down scenario. He empties out the contents of his pack ­ half a gallon of water, a snack bar and his multi­tool­7 more days!

The Boreal Forest of Northern Canada is a vast tract of wilderness stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific. It is home to moose and beaver, crisscrossed by rivers and lakes and frost­free for only about three months of the year. Stroud intentionally tips his canoe in mid­stream and crawls from the icy waters onto shore where he does a quick inventory of his supplies. A handful of cashews and beef jerky, a solitary match, a multi­tool and 50 lbs of camera equipment to document the next seven days in the bush.

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