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America's National Parks fascinate millions of visitors. This spectacular series will show you what happens beyond the lookouts. More than 3 years in the making will enable the audience to witness moments full of drama, watch stories of life and death and discover hidden gems they never believed could be found in a place they thought they knew. Follow us on an epic journey from the geysers of Yellowstone to the rugged Pacific coast of the Olympic peninsula, from the hot desert of Saguaro to the icy gates of the Arctic, from the subtropical sea of grass in the Everglades to the world-famous peaks of Yosemite and from the mystic Smoky Mountains to the biggest gorge on Earth: the Grand Canyon. America's National Parks made for the Centennial of the National Park Service and brought to you by National Geographic will present you North America's natural wonders as you have never experienced them before.
The Olympic peninsula's rugged coastline, rainy forests and high summits team with wildlife, making it one of most diverse parks in North America.
Beneath granite cliffs and giant sequoias, follow the animals that make Yosemite National Park their home, in a unique portrait of this legendary park.
The Everglades National Park, one of the largest wetlands on our planet, is a puzzle of different habitats all contributing to a remarkable biodiversity and home to thousands of species like alligators, the elusive Florida panther, and the delicate Key deer.
Bears, moose, and an endless wilderness: The Gates of the Arctic National Park in the north of Alaska is one of the last untamed places on our planet.
Sculpted by nature over millions of years, the Grand Canyon may be America's best-known natural wonder, but few have seen beyond its north side.
A wilderness jewel of vast forests and yawning valleys, Yellowstone is home to large bison herds, wolf packs, and generations of grizzly bears.
Take a colorful journey through the seasons of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park to reveal captivating life and growth beyond the lookouts. Formed around 200-300 million years ago, the Great Smoky Mountains are among the oldest mountains in the world. They have become home to thousands of species. Explore the scenery and the incredible diversity of plants and animals that make it the most visited park in the National Park system. The park was created in 1934 by purchasing land from private owners and turning the tamed land back into wilderness.
Visiting one of America's newest National Parks, the Saguaro Desert in Arizona, where more species reside than any other desert in North America.
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