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National Geographic’s ‘America’s National Parks’ Season 2 | Hummingbirds Pollinate Clip Released

National Geographic has released a “Hummingbirds Pollinate” clip from “America’s National Parks” Season 2 which premiered on National Geographic with back-to-back episodes on Monday, June 5, 2023, and will release on Disney+ in the United States on Wednesday, June 7, 2023.

Check out the clip below:

Narrated and executive produced by No. 1-selling solo artist in U.S History, Garth Brooks; AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS depicts the beauty and wonder of cherished natural spaces. From the heart of the country to its wild expanses, each park proves a valuable and important haven for flora and fauna. In a world with constant urban development, these parks are more valuable for the health of the planet than ever before.

You can view the episode details below:

Grand Teton

Premieres Monday, June 5th 2023 at 9/8c on National Geographic

The soaring peaks, lush meadows and endless forests draw nearly 4 million visitors yearly. However, often hidden from view, a hardy cast of animals, from tiny pikas to grizzly bears, tough it out to survive in this iconic, wild wonder of the West. Explore this 300,000-acre patchwork of protected lands and the fascinating hidden lives of those that call Grand Teton National Park home.


Biscayne

Premieres Monday, June 5th 2023 at 10/9c on National Geographic

Just below Miami, hidden beneath the waves, is a giant nursery: Biscayne National Park. Thousands of animals come to rear their young or deposit them safely in the sand. Turtles, crocodiles, sharks and manatees all depend on the park as a place of refuge in a world of dangers. Biscayne National Park doesn’t just protect its wildlife; it also protects us.


Channel Islands

Premieres Monday, June 12th 2023 at 9/8c on National Geographic

Discovering Channel Islands: a hidden chain of wild islands in plain sight of Los Angeles—this is the Galapagos of the North. After a short boat ride through the bountiful ocean, you arrive to find rugged beaches, mountains and forests, with unique plants and animals found nowhere else, like the miniature Channel Island fox, the dazzling Garibaldi fish and the rare brown pelican.


Lake Clark

Premieres Monday, June 12th 2023 at 10/9c on National Geographic

Lake Clark National Park is a hidden gem where animals, plants and people all coexist in harmony. Established in 1980, the park protects the headwaters of the largest sockeye salmon run left on Earth. It’s one of the best places to watch brown bears in America and preserves the Dena’ina, an Indigenous culture whose people still live here sustainably off the land.


Voyageurs

Premieres Monday, June 19th 2023 at 9/8c on National Geographic

Tucked away in a corner of Minnesota, Voyageurs is a hidden gem full of secrets and surprises. Experience its wildlife and stunning beauty, from the icy grips of winter to the height of summer blooms. Accessible only by boat, this watery wonderland is a mosaic of beautifully clear lakes and pristine forest and home to some of North America’s most iconic species: wolves, moose and great grey owls.

“America’s National Parks” is produced by Wildstar Films for National Geographic. Garth Brooks is executive producer and narrator. For Wildstar, executive producers are Anwar Mamon and Dan Rees; series producers are Myles Connolly and Ben Wallis. For National Geographic, Drew Jones is executive producer.

You can also check out the trailer for Season 2 below:

Season 1 of the series is available to stream now on Disney+ in many countries including the United States and Australia.

Source: ScreenRant

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