Nat Geo Wild Animals in the Real World, the Real Angry Birds

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New Destination Wild premieres new specials every Sunday for the next 12 weeks starting tonight with the Real Angry Birds at 9pm/8c on Nat Geo

By Gabrielle Pantera

HOLLYWOOD, CA (Hollywood Daily Star) 2015/7/12 – “We are proud to be the only network that dedicates one night every week to wildlife programming,” says Nat Geo Wild EVP Geoff Daniels, “When it comes to appointment television, Destination Wild has something for the entire family. We bring you the most intimate wildlife encounters, unmatched cinematography and fascinating stories from some of the greatest filmmakers in the world. And this summer, we focus on the wildest, craziest, cuddliest and furriest aspects of the wild, putting the spotlight on the animals themselves.”

Sunday July 12, 2015 9/8c

Real Angry Birds 9/8c, inspired by the game Angry Birds, this program shows what happens when birds really do get angry. Look out when these birds get ruffled. Birds have to find food shelter and make sure no predator gets them. There are fights, singing and even dancing. National Geographic also has a book Angry Birds Feathered Fun  for learning all about birds.

The Eagles 10/9c, follow an eagle clan that has 60 members. They have acute eyesight, powerful wings, sharp talons and hooked beaks. A hatchling grows and moves into her own next. She faces many struggles growing up. She must spread her wings and learn to fly.

Sunday July 19, 2015

Brazil, Sunday, July 19, 9/8c (two hours) From the rolling mountains and luscious rain forests to the scorching desert and the iconic Amazon River, meet the extreme wildlife of Brazil. Giant anteaters, venomous snakes, capuchin monkeys, dolphins, boa constrictors and many more creatures come into play.

Sunday July 26, 2015

Clever Monkeys 10/9c, they’re intelligent creatures with emotions similar to ours. They have their own language. Monkeys even have social situations. Scientists are learning that their language has nuance and even grammar. Monkeys can suffer from depression and high blood pressure. Narrated by David Attenborough.

Nat Geo WILD is dedicated to providing a unique insight into the natural world, and the amazing creatures that inhabit it. Spectacular cinematography and compelling storytelling on unforgettable journeys into the wild world. Launched in 2006, Nat Geo WILD is part of National Geographic Channels International (NGCI) and is available in more than 90 countries and 100 million homes.

Twitter: @natgeowild

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