Thursday, August 15, 2013

Time to Get Wild with Nat Geo WILD & the return of America the Wild

While most parents limit the amount of television their children watch, I have the complete opposite approach. You see, my son loves to watch educational shows and documentaries – especially the ones on Nat Geo WILD!

Last night we had the opportunity to preview the season premiere episode of America the Wild: Monster Wolf and we loved every minute of it. In true Casey Anderson form, he had us both on the edge of our seats and holding our breath to see what would happen next. There were even a few times when my son said, “That’s insane!” and “Casey has the best job ever!”

If you are not familiar with the series America the Wild or Casey Anderson, then you must tune in to the Nat Geo WILD channel this Sunday, August 18, 2013 at 10 p.m. ET/PT for the season premiere. This marks the fourth season of the popular series and I’m sure we are in for some amazing adventures.

As a wildlife expert and naturalist, Casey Anderson lives and breathes wildlife. This season he will take us across North America to explore the lives of wolves, mountain lions, moose, bighorn sheep, and other elusive and endangered animals.

In the premiere episode America the Wild: Monster Wolf, Casey ventures to Canada’s wild West Coast in search of clues to some unusual wolf behavior on Vancouver Island. Most wolves keep their distance from humans, but the wolves in Tofino are not like most wolves - because these wolves are approaching and in some instances attacking humans.

Are these so-called “monster-wolves” purebred wolves, hybrid wolves, or some sort of wolf-dog breed? Be sure to watch this Sunday, August 18, 2013 to learn what truths Casey and his tracking skills discover about the wolves. I promise you will be glad you did.

Casey Anderson watches a hungry hybrid wolf-dog tear apart an elk carcass at the Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary in New Mexico. Photo Credit: Grizzly Creek Films, LLC/Rick Smith

Breathtaking scenery from a tree top and a bald eagle had me saying “Wow, that’s amazing”! Casey Anderson on a beach at night with a pack of hungry wolves and an animal carcass had me saying “Wow, that’s amazing”! No matter how you look at it, whether it be the film footage National Geographic is known for or the fearless adventures that Casey lives for, America the Wild is a must see for all wildlife enthusiasts.

You can find America the Wild episode guide on the Nat Geo website. Future episodes include Mountian Lion vs. Bighorn, American Vampire, and Super Moose. Make sure to set your DVR's so you don't miss a single episode.

About Nat Geo Wild:
For more than 30 years, National Geographic has been the leader in wildlife programming. The networks Nat Geo WILD and Nat Geo WILD HD, launched in 2010, offer intimate encounters with nature’s ferocious fighters and gentle creatures of land, sea and air that draw upon the cutting-edge work of the many explorers, filmmakers and scientists of the National Geographic Society.

1 comment:

  1. without a doubt the best show this animal lovin country girl has ever seen! good job!!!!