Ok, i wouldn't do this in the US because of the wildlife risks mainly. I'm in the UK so here i wouldn't do it because of the weather.
For me the wildlife aspect is just too scary. I mean, i would be there the whole time thinking "what if a bear comes?" and i don't think i could birth with that fear. I have a friend who kayak'd a bunch in Canada and she was terrified when her period came and yes, bears did come one night. Luckily they heard them and climbed a fir-type tree before they arrived. The bears just wrecked up camp, dug up her (too close to camp it turned out) sanitary rags and left. Luckily her period stopped through lack of food around that time so she never had to deal again but they had no gun (were germans on a world trip) and were very lucky. She couldn't have climbed the tree in labour, or with a newborn. How DOES one defend one's self and one's baby against wolves or bears? A big rifle in camp would put me off as much as a big Ob might in hospital!
In a (sturdy) cabin in the woods - now THAT i could see, but just out there, unprotected? Not for me thanks, far too dangerous to my mind.
ETA - i handled a stallion throughout my teens and i never saw him eat another animal!