On the brink of a new golden age for the world’s largest carnivorous animal, the world famous Yellowstone Park has returned to life with the opening of the season 2 film.
The film was released on Saturday (3 February) on the BBC World Service, with all UK-based audiences able to stream the documentary online.
The world’s biggest carnivorous reptile is a fascinating, fascinating beast, and I was privileged to be part of the journey to understand and understand it better.
With this film I hope to tell you more about this wonderful animal, and to help educate people about its history and how we can help conserve it.
It’s an exciting time for the conservation world.
This is a golden age.
I can’t wait to get on the ranch.
Yellowstone’s golden age is about to begin with season 2.
The first season is currently running in Australia and New Zealand, with more to follow.
What to expect in season 2: The season 2 release will see the arrival of some of the world ‘s biggest predators, including a polar bear, giant grizzly and a mountain lion.
A polar bear is the world largest carnivore, and the first of many predators to appear in Yellowstone, as well as a great attraction for tourists and park visitors alike.
There will be a range of species including lions, polar bears, grizzly bears, wolves, leopards and a number of species of fish.
We also have some exciting news for those of you who have never ventured into the park before.
Yellowstone is home to the largest wild turkey population in the world, and one of the most endangered wild turkey species in the US.
This is the first film I’ve ever directed, so there will be lots of new surprises in season two.
Watching the first episode is not just a chance to experience the world of Yellowstone, it’s a chance for you to be a part of history.
In season 2, we’ll be introducing you to the animals and plants that you may not have known existed before.
This is not the end of the story.
We will be introducing new creatures, and we will be taking you on a tour of Yellowstone National Park.
You’ll be able to watch these amazing animals and plant life through the eyes of a scientist who is a true specialist in these animals and habitats.
Season 2 will also be a fantastic opportunity to visit a world-class wildlife refuge.
The first park-based wildlife refuge in the USA is the National Wildlife Refuge at Yellowstone National Recreation Area.
Wildlife on the park is at the forefront of conservation.
Wildlife has been the focus of our efforts since we opened the park in 1976, and our vision is to preserve, protect and regenerate wildlife in Yellowstone National park.
I know you’ll be excited to get your hands on the first installment of season 2 and I want to thank the entire team at the BBC for the incredible journey they have taken.
And finally, I want you to know that we’re excited to continue the conversation about Yellowstone as we work to conserve it for future generations.
More about the film: Yellowland Season 2 is an exciting new season of documentaries.
It takes us inside the park, and shows us how it evolved and how it can be improved.
On this first film, we’ve taken a journey into the world that you have never seen before.
It is a journey of discovery, a journey to discover the world through its most unique animal, a trip into the unknown and beyond.
These animals are fascinating, and it’s an adventure you’ll want to keep coming back to.
What to know about the first Yellowstone season: Season 1 of Yellowstone’s Yellowstone Park documentary will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer from 22:00 GMT on Saturday, February 3, at 8.00pm on BBC Two.
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If you want to know more about Yellowstone, then visit www.yosemite-national-park.com