America's National Parks

Friday 18:45 CAT

America's National Parks

Next trasmissions on tv

  1. Friday 1 July at 12:35 CAT

    Gates of The Arctic

  2. Friday 1 July at 18:45 CAT

    Gates of The Arctic

  3. Saturday 2 July at 00:30 CAT

    Gates of The Arctic

Synopsis

The audience will experience North America's natural wonders with its iconic wildlife as you have never seen them before. Strong story telling let the audience discover the fascinating interactions in wild habitats they thought they were familiar with.

Episodes

Season 1
  • Grand Canyon

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    Sculpted by Nature over millions of years, the Grand Canyon is perhaps the best known natural wonder on earth. Yet, while the South rim has been and remains a famed destination for tourists, few know what lies beyond the lookouts on the other side. In this episode, our film crew surveys the wildlife inhabiting the hidden crevices at the base of the canyon and running along its steep, treacherous cliffs.

  • Yellowstone

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    Few places are as beautiful as Yellowstone National Park the worlds first national park. A wilderness jewel of vast forests and yawning valleys, Yellowstone is home to large bison herds, wolf packs, and generations of grizzly bears. Using the latest cinematographic techniques, this film showcases Yellowstones diverse wildlife and spectacular landscapes in a way that has not been done before.

  • Everglades

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    River of Grass thats what Everglades means. One of the largest wetlands on our planet, Everglades boasts a vast array of habitats and houses thousands of species. Filled with drama, this episode presents the struggles of wild souls in the River of Grass theEverglades.

  • Olympic

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    Out of the vast expanse of the Pacific Ocean rises the Olympic peninsula. Its rugged coastline, rain-drenched forests, and high summits are teaming with wildlife. The Olympic peninsula one of most diverse National Parks in North America.

  • Great Smoky Mountains

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    The Great Smoky Mountains National Park boasts vast forests, lush meadows, and a kaleidoscope of autumnal colors. At once vibrant and mystical, the beauty of these mountains inspires fascination, curiosity, and wonder. Join us where the magic happens, in The Great Smoky Mountains.

  • Gates of The Arctic

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    Alaska "The last Frontier" - snow-covered mountain ranges, giant grizzly bears fishing salmon and mighty moose roaming through an endless wilderness. Places like the Denali National Park are world famous but the North of Alaska is little known. Beyond the rugged peaks of the Brooks Range lies the wide tundra of the North Slope and America's most inaccessible national park: "Gates of the Arctic".

    Next Showing
    Friday 1 July at 12:35 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
    Next Showing
    Friday 1 July at 18:45 CAT
    On National Geographic WILD
  • Saguaro

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    Among America's newest national parks, Saguaro was the first national monument dedicated to protectinga particular plant species. It seems paradoxical that a landscape most famous for its dry and barrennature could also be known fo rits vibrant wildlife. Join us at the base of Arizona, in a tour of Saguaro National Parks.

  • Yosemite

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    Yosemite National Park is a land of superlatives. Where else can you find granite cliffs 900 meters high and giant sequoias well over 1000 years old? Beneath these towering heights live animals that make Yosemite their home: bobcats, black bears, coyotes, golden eagles, and more. Follow Yosemite's inhabitants throughout the seasons in a unique portrait of this legendary park.