Nat Geo Wild: Look Nature in the Eyes

Welcome to the Inside WILD blog. Watch this space for amazing behind-the-scenes look at the shows, hosts, and animals featured on Nat Geo Wild, the new television network from National Geographic launching March 29, 2010.

In the lead up to launch, we’ll give you a preview of our exciting new shows, introduce you to the scientists and explorers who’ll help you get closer to the wild world of animals, and bring you fascinating news and insights into the creatures we share this planet with!

So, what is Nat Geo Wild?

LOOK NATURE IN THE EYE
WITH THE LAUNCH OF NAT GEO WILD MONDAY MARCH 29, 2010
Traverse the Globe for the Most Intimate, Extraordinary and Unforgettable Stories of the Animal Kingdom

For more than 30 years, National Geographic has been the leader in wildlife programming. Now, against a global backdrop of increasingly urgent conservation challenges facing wildlife, Nat Geo Wild is giving the animal kingdom center stage as it features the work of some of the world’s foremost explorers, filmmakers and scientists.

Scheduled to launch Monday March 29, 2010 in both standard and high definition, Nat Geo Wild will traverse the globe to bring you the most extraordinary stories of our natural world in more compelling and visually dynamic ways than ever before. New series and specials will feature the latest technology to immerse viewers in the mysterious and entertaining lives of nature’s ferocious fighters and gentle creatures of land, sea and air.

Nat Geo Wild premiere specials, new series and blue chip programming will include Africa’s Lost Eden, which takes you to war-torn Mozambique, where park rangers are desperately trying to execute one of the most ambitious animal relocation efforts in history and restore one of their country’s greatest natural treasures. Then, travel to Jaipur, India, where an audacious troop of Rebel Monkeys is on a crime spree. In Expedition Wild with Casey Anderson, the naturalist treks to Yellowstone and Alaska’s Kodiak Island to learn more about wild bear behavior — and teach these skills to his grizzly pal, raised in captivity. Two National Geographic Explorers lead you through very different paradises: Mireya Mayor delves deep into Congo’s forests to enter the private world of the Mystery Gorillas, and Enric Sala plunges into shark-filled waters to learn the secrets of Predator Island.

Get closer to the world of animals, and get ready for a wild ride!

Comments

  1. OutsideTheBox1
    February 26, 2010, 1:07 pm

    Can’t wait to see more from Casey and that bear. I saw pictures last year of them doing things like sitting in hot tubs. This si going to be amazing.

  2. Franco
    March 17, 2010, 3:05 am

    Hey Charles, give it a rest. Go watch something else. I can’t even get the Animal Planet to show animals. I also like the engineering and space shows so we agree there. The thing that’s bugging me is all of these channels should give up all their shows with dogs and cats and pool it into the "Pet Channel." Obviously there is a constituancy for that, and I think Cesar and Victoria are absolutely incredible, butI also know there’s a thing called too much beer, or too much football or too much sex. Leave people wanting more, not sick and tired of it!

  3. pinkkupinkkupinkkipinkkupinkku
    March 25, 2010, 9:09 am

    Wow 3 more days cant wait..

  4. YayaLarcen
    March 28, 2010, 3:55 pm

    ce serait magnifique.parce ceque j’aime beaucoup la faune.

  5. mightyflounder1
    March 30, 2010, 12:40 pm

    This is so exciting! :D Finally, a network only for animals! Because yea…Animal Planet is junk now…only showing animal attacks. This just encourages people wanting to harm those animals,and not really shows the beauty of the exotic animals. Thanks National Geographics. You have made a difference with this network. Trust me :)

  6. CarlosCerezo
    March 31, 2010, 2:21 am

    love this…

  7. fifieldfisherman
    April 10, 2010, 2:55 am

    the real name of this game is deep jigging off the tip of an iceberg the planet is still blue and the seas are full off life

  8. fifieldfisherman
    April 10, 2010, 2:56 am

    take the hint

  9. fifieldfisherman
    April 10, 2010, 3:39 am

    orcas really are predators after all

  10. fifieldfisherman
    April 12, 2010, 3:21 am

    would it be ok with you if we established a permanent link? between two competing documentary filmmakers

  11. ZamriKhanMohamedYatim
    August 6, 2010, 4:00 am

    goin to get what yu hve in store to offer