Whatever Happened To Snowbird From Alaskan Bush People?

Out of all the Alaskan Bush People siblings (Solomon Isiah "Bear" Freedom Brown, Matt Brown, Joshua "Bam Bam" Brown, Gabriel "Gabe" Brown, Noah Brown, Amora "Snowbird" Brown, and Merry Christmas "Rainy" Brown), Snowbird — aka "Birdy" or "Bird" — is arguably the most reserved. Coming in a close second is Gabe, who prefers to keep his marriage and baby out of the spotlight.

But just because Birdy is shyer than her spunky and outgoing little sis, Rainy, it doesn't mean she's weak. "All of her brothers talked about having a sister to watch over and take care of, but as she grew, even at a young age, it became more and more obvious this wasn't going to be the case," Birdy's dad, Billy Brown, said about her fierce nature, per Discovery's website. "When she isn't hunting or fishing, she climbs to any high mountain meadow just to watch the deer," the network added of Bird, who was born in 1994.

As of this writing, it doesn't appear Birdy has an Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter account. The reality star's absence on social media has left fans wanting to know more about her life and why she doesn't have a stronger public presence. 

So what has Bird been up to? Let's take a quick peek into her life.

Snowbird Brown isn't afraid to speak her mind

Although Snowbird Brown might not be on social media (at least publicly), she continues to star on Discovery's Alaskan Bush People. Birdy has appeared on all 11 seasons, and it doesn't look like she intends on leaving anytime soon. 

As the show progressed, Bird became known for speaking her mind and holding her ground on important topics. Case in point: In Season 11, the Washington resident confronted her brother, Gabe Brown, about killing their farm animals for food. "I really don't think we need to," Snowbird said during a 2019 episode about protecting the family's roosters. "I raised them, you know? They come to me for food. And I can't kill something that I raised and that loves me." 

When Gabe defended slaughtering the roosters, Birdy instructed her brother to "look at all the faces you want to kill."

Bird has also been vocal where it concerns Noah Brown's wife, Rhain Alicia Brown, as Radar Online reported in March 2019. "Rhain got into a huge fight with Snowbird," a source alleged, although it's not clear what the supposed tiff was about.

When she's not butting heads with her brothers, Bird is busy raising her gaggle of beloved cats. And as Soap Dirt noted in December 2019, the reality star had amassed "about 20 cats" since the family's move to Washington. Meow! 

Snowbird is a source of strength for the Brown family

Fans might remember when in April 2017, Ami Brown was diagnosed with Stage 3 non-small cell lung cancer. The diagnosis was devastating for the Brown family, and each sibling coped with the bad news in their own way. As for Snowbird, she took on a supportive role for the clan, as Matt Brown praised her for during a heartfelt discussion featured on Alaskan Bush People. When Matt noted to Bird how her siblings look up to her because she's the oldest girl in the family, she replied, "It puts a lot of stress on me to always try and be the confident one, the 'it will be OK.'" She added, "Because it's like, I have emotions too. I just try and hide them."

In awe of her sister's strength, Matt said in a talking head, "My sister is tough. She's tougher than any of us of brothers. She's always the one who looks at me and, she's like, 'No, Matt we'll make this work. Matt, we'll do this.'  Bird inspires." He continued, "Especially in this time with mom, we're all going to kind of rely on Birdie to do what she does. You know, she's mini-mom. And she takes care of everybody."

Although Birdie is private when it comes to her personal life, we think it's safe to assume she's still supporting her loved ones through thick and thin. 

As for Ami's cancer battle, she's in remission as of March 2019.

Snowbird Brown is a doting aunt

Not only is Snowbird Brown busy supporting her large fam, but she's also preoccupied with being a godmother to Noah Brown's son, Elijah, who was born in February 2019. As Birdie described in an episode of Alaskan Bush People, she was made godmother amid a "rough patch" with Noah and his wife, Rhain Alicia. "I think Noah, you know, naming me Eli's godmother was kind of his way of wanting to fix things," she said about her responsibility toward Eli. "And I want Noah and Alicia to know that I'm taking it serious."

Bird got a chance to show off her godmother skills when babysitting Elli for the first time, as seen on ABP. "This would be the first time that Rhain and I have just let Birdie take care of Eli by herself," Noah explained in a talking head. "It's kind of a crucial moment. Eli needs to grow up with Birdie being a stable thing in his life. That way if something does happen to Rhain and I, she's right there and can step into the position."

Wow, it sounds like a Birdie has a lot on her plate. Talk about a busy young lady!