Wild Mississippi

One of the things that I love the most about watching NatGeo Wild is that we always discover amazing places and crazy nature that we didn’t know about before! In the newest mini-series,  Wild Mississippi, viewers will get to see how the Mississippi river can both nurture and destroy.

Gibson, LA: Wide shot of the bayou from the bow of the boat. (Photo Credit: © NGC / Whitney Beer-Kerr)

The show covers an entire year along the Mississippi, and shows the many challenges that the wildlife in the area deal with. You will see everything from bald eagles, wolves and deer, to wild turtles, baby ducklings and other animals. Who knew our country was so diverse in just one region? Truly an interesting show, be sure to tune in, and enjoy the sneak peeks below. The premiere miniseries event airs Sunday, February 12, 2012, 8 p.m. – 11 p.m. ET/PT.

Fishing With Alligator Snappers

Bobcat Prey

As Mark Twain once said, the Mississippi River is a “wonderful book with a new story to tell every day.” Be sure to watch the mini-series to find out just how right he was in saying this!

Thibodeaux, LA: Cameraman Jeff Wayman leaning over the front of the boat. (Photo Credit: © NGC / Whitney Beer-Kerr)

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One Response to Wild Mississippi

  1. Bob says:

    Admittedly, this is nit-picking but it is a documentary, not a mini-series. More specificially, it is a mult-part documentary but it is not a minseries. There is a distinction.

    Sorry. I couldn’t resist.

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