National Geographic Celebrates Iconic Landscapes Across the U.S. This Summer in “America’s National Parks”
Narrated and executive produced by Garth Brooks, the five-part series showcases the breathtaking landscape and extraordinary wildlife in parks full of rich surprises and wonder.
[via press release from National Geographic Partners]
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CELEBRATES ICONIC LANDSCAPES ACROSS THE U.S. THIS SUMMER IN “AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS”
NARRATED BY GARTH BROOKS, FIVE-PART SERIES PREMIERES AUGUST 29 AT 9/8C
The week-long event begins on Monday, August 28 at 9/8c on National Geographic. All episodes stream August 31 only on Disney+
National Geographic takes viewers on an extraordinary venture across world-famous and lesser-known national parks to reveal the diversity and wonder of this beautiful country, from the lush valley floors of Yosemite to the constantly erupting volcanoes of Hawai’i. Narrated and executive produced by Garth Brooks, AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS showcases the breathtaking landscape and extraordinary wildlife in parks full of rich surprises and wonder. The award-winning creative team behind iconic natural history films and series like Disneynature’s “Earth” and “Elephant Eden,” as well as BBC’s “Planet Earth” and “Frozen Planet,” brings you the inspiring series shot using cutting-edge technology, including long-lens cinematography, remote camera traps and the latest high-resolution drone technology. The series captures not only stunning landscapes and frozen moments in time but intimate glimpses into the lives of the charismatic and intriguing animals that inhabit these parks.
ALL EPISODES PREMIERE ON DISNEY+ AUGUST 31
Premieres Monday, August 29 on National Geographic
Grand Canyon National Park is a high-rise haven sculpted by the elements where all of life is connected. Following the cycle of seasons from winter to fall, explore the secret depths of the world’s most famous natural wonder. At every elevation, from rim to riverbed, the park’s wild inhabitants carve out a niche that gives them an edge in this ancient arena.
Premieres Tuesday, August 30 on National Geographic
Yosemite National Park rises from lush valley floors to soaring alpine peaks. With 4 million visitors a year, famed granite faces, giant sequoias and over 400 different animal species, it’s a celebrity in the world of National Parks. Despite its fame, Yosemite still holds secrets rarely seen. This episode reveals how black bears, coyotes, owls and a host of smaller critters survive in this Californian oasis.
Premieres Wednesday, August 31 on National Geographic
Big Bend National Park is a vast wilderness of mountains, deserts and rivers deep in the heart of Texas. A gift to the U.S. from the Lone Star State, Big Bend National Park is a protected sanctuary for life on the southern border. With more species of birds, bugs and cacti than any other National Park in the United States, this park is a unique and harsh wonderland.
Premieres Thursday, September 1 on National Geographic
Badlands National Park is a land of rugged beauty, seventy-five million years in the making. Found in South Dakota, its heart is a sea of grass, making up one of the most endangered ecosystems on the Earth. This park is also home to iconic rocky spires carved from the ground by wind and rain. Among the grass and stone are some of America’s most iconic species, who have evolved together to benefit each other.
Premieres Friday, September 2 on National Geographic
Witness the natural wonders of Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park a sacred land born of fire and sea. Home to the most unique assemblage of species anywhere on the planet, that navigate living in the ever-changing landscape shaped by the world’s most active volcanoes. From humpback whales to carnivorous caterpillars, this episode reveals the largest and most ecologically diverse wilderness in the Pacific islands.