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New Mexico: Timeless

Season 2 Episode 3 | 53m 01s

New Mexico was first inhabited by Ancient Puebloans millennia ago, and some of the most stunning ruins on the continent can be found here. From turkey hunting to river rafting on the Rio Grande and ancient pueblos built in alignment with the stars, Baratunde explores how the area’s deep history still shapes the outdoor culture, even as people there are reimagining their outdoor lives.

Aired: 09/19/23 | Expires: 10/18/23
Baratunde learns about how the brain changes in outdoors spaces.
Sand may seem unremarkable, but the modern world is built on it and we’re running out.
Baratunde talks to Mick Swagger of Indigenous Roller Derby.
Baratunde goes rafting down the Rio Grande with Louie Hena.
Explore one small town’s mission to save the night sky and help migrating birds.
Baratunde learns about the history of Elaine, Arkansas on the Delta Heritage Trail.
Baratunde journeys down one of the last wild rivers in America, the Suwannee.
Baratunde goes night herping with biologist Mario Aldecoa along the Suwannee River.
AMERICA OUTDOORS with BARATUNDE THURSTON returns to explore our passion for the outdoors.
Baratunde meets a falconer who believes that humans and animals can coexist together.
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Arkansas is on a mission to earn recognition as a wild mecca.
Baratunde journeys down one of the last wild rivers in America, the Suwannee.
Baratunde travels to northern Minnesota to find out what the wild means to Americans today
On the North Carolina coast, Baratunde discovers how history shapes the outdoors.
In Appalachia, Baratunde meets the people changing how we see and interact with nature.
Baratunde explores his adopted hometown of LA to connect with the outdoors in a big city.
Life on the frontier is evolving and Baratunde is in search of Idaho’s outdoor culture.
It’s the hottest place on Earth, but Death Valley is remarkably full of life and beauty.