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America the Wild & Expedition Wild



 

Grizzly Creek Films has produced nineteen hours of the award-winning signature series America the Wild for the NatGeo WILD Channel. The show features naturalist Casey Anderson on an action-packed odyssey through North America’s wild places — revealing the beauty and complexity of the natural world. In each adventure episode, Casey brings audiences up-close and personal with powerful, rare, and endangered species — some deadly, others dashing — in the natural ecosystems they call home. America the Wild is currently playing on NatGeo WILD and on ABC as Expedition Wild.

 

Expedition Grizzly

Join Casey Anderson, a naturalist whose life has been defined by the grizzly bear, together with his best friend Brutus, a nine-hundred pound grizzly that Casey raised from birth, in the wildest corner of the American west for an epic story of the Yellowstone grizzly in its natural ecosystem.

 

Join Casey Anderson, a naturalist whose life has been defined by the grizzly bear, together with his best friend Brutus, a nine-hundred pound grizzly that Casey raised from birth, in the wildest corner of the American west for an epic story of the Yellowstone grizzly in its natural ecosystem.

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Join Casey Anderson, a naturalist whose life has been defined by the grizzly bear, together with his best friend Brutus, a nine-hundred pound grizzly that Casey raised from birth, in the wildest corner of the American west for an epic story of the Yellowstone grizzly in its natural ecosystem.

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Project Kodiak

We set out with Casey Anderson on a pilgrimage to the “bear paradise” of Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Kodiak Island where he learns the remarkable techniques and mind-blowing fishing strategies that he will teach to his best friend Brutus, a nine-hundred pound grizzly bear, in his backyard in Montana.

 

 

We set out with Casey Anderson on a pilgrimage to the “bear paradise” of Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Kodiak Island where he learns the remarkable techniques and mind-blowing fishing strategies that he will teach to his best friend Brutus, a nine-hundred pound grizzly bear, in his backyard in Montana.

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We set out with Casey Anderson on a pilgrimage to the “bear paradise” of Alaska’s Katmai National Park and Kodiak Island where he learns the remarkable techniques and mind-blowing fishing strategies that he will teach to his best friend Brutus, a nine-hundred pound grizzly bear, in his backyard in Montana.

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Yellowstone Winter

With the brutal extremes of winter looming, Casey Anderson treks deep into Yellowstone’s wild backcountry, braving severe cold, freak snowstorms, and dangerous animal encounters to witness the drama that unfolds as the seasons change and animals fight to survive.

 

 

With the brutal extremes of winter looming, Casey Anderson treks deep into Yellowstone’s wild backcountry, braving severe cold, freak snowstorms, and dangerous animal encounters to witness the drama that unfolds as the seasons change and animals fight to survive.

America the Wild: Yellowstone Winter Trek

Executive Producers
LESLIE M. GAINES
MAILANDE BECKER HOLLAND
THOMAS WINSTON

Producers
CASEY ANDERSON
ANNE DEVEREUX
LESLIE M. GAINES
THOMAS WINSTON

Presenter
CASEY ANDERSON

Co-Presenter
BRUTUS THE BEAR

Director & Director of Photography
RICK F.X. SMITH

2nd Unit Director of Photography
THOMAS WINSTON

Additional Cinematography
CASEY ANDERSON
TYLER JOHNERSON
BOB LANDIS

Writer
SHASTA GRENIER

Editor
JUSTIN LUBKE

Post Production Supervisor
ANNE DEVEREUX

Original Score
CRAIG MINOWA
CLOUD CULT

Production Manager
MAILANDE BECKER HOLLAND

Sound Recordists
RICK F.X. SMITH
LESLIE GAINES

Graphics
CHRIS MURPHY

Production Intern
SUHAN KUPOGLU

Still Photography
RICK F.X. SMITH

Narration Recording
POINDEXTERS

Narration Recording
Los Angeles
STIMMUNG

On-Line Post Production Facility
WINK, INC.
JACKSON, WYOMING

Colorist
SCOTT STERLING

Audio Mix & Sound Design
JOHN CLARKE
RICHARD ACHOR

Research
ERIC BENDICK
ANNE DEVEREUX
SHASTA GRENIER

Brutus provided by Montana Grizzly Encounter
CASEY ANDERSON
AMI TESTA
JOHN PETERSON

Brutus the Bear Crew
JUDY HUTCHINS
BILL TESTA

Legal Advisor
JOSH SANDLER
SANDLER LAW
NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Grizzly Creek Web Site Design
THOMAS HINES

Promotional Consideration
TRUCK CAMPERS PROVIDED BY FOUR WHEEL CAMPERS, WOODLAND, CA
CAMPER AWNINGS PROVIDED BY FIAMMA AWNINGS, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
EXPEDITION TENTS PROVIDED BY HILLEBERG, THE TENTMAKER, REDMOND, WASHINGTON
DOWN SLEEPING BAGS AND JACKETS PROVIDED BY FEATHERED FRIENDS, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON
WINTER EXPEDITION CLOTHING AND GLOVES PROVIDED BY CANADA GOOSE, TOTONTO, ONTARIO
CAMPING EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY BRUNTON, RIVERTON, WYOMING
PACKS PROVIDED BY MYSTERY RANCH PACKS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
BEAR SPRAY PROVIDED BY UDAP BEAR PEPPER SPRAY
BINOCULARS PROVIDED BY SWAROVSKI OPTIK
BEAR RESISTANT COOLERS PROVIDED BY ENGEL COOLERS
BOOTS PROVIDED BY SCHNEE’S BOOTS AND SHOES, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
WADERS PROVIDED BY SIMMS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA

Special Thanks
MISSI PYLE ANDERSON AND THE TALKING HOTDOG RANCH
DAVE FRY-OMEGA BROADCAST, AUSTIN, TEXAS
FUJINON BROADCAST LENSES
LES HAUSAUER, SCHNEE’S BOOTS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
KIMBER AMERICA
PANASONIC
JEAN SIMPSON AND SUSAN EIRICH, PH.D. AND THE WILD BUNCH RANCH, DRIGGS, IDAHO

For National Geographic Channel

Executive Producer
MICHAEL WELSH

Production Manager
KAREN GREENFIELD

Unit Manager
ASHLEY LORENZO

S&P Research
ANN HENDERSON

Production Assistant
MARION ASHLEY SAID

Executive in Charge of Production
GEOFF DANIELS

Produced by Grizzly Creek Films, LLC for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL

© 2010 NGC Networks US, LLC
All Rights Reserved

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With the brutal extremes of winter looming, Casey Anderson treks deep into Yellowstone’s wild backcountry, braving severe cold, freak snowstorms, and dangerous animal encounters to witness the drama that unfolds as the seasons change and animals fight to survive.

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Grizzly Encounters

The saga of a bear becoming a star, an animal trainer following his dreams, and an entertaining educational mission to make the world a better place for all animals – both wild and tame.

 

 

The saga of a bear becoming a star, an animal trainer following his dreams, and an entertaining educational mission to make the world a better place for all animals – both wild and tame.

America the Wild: Grizzly Encounters

Executive Producers
LESLIE M. GAINES
MAILANDE BECKER HOLLAND
THOMAS WINSTON

Producers
ERIC L. BENDICK
ANNE DEVEREUX
LESLIE M. GAINES
THOMAS WINSTON

Presenter
CASEY ANDERSON

Co-Presenter
BRUTUS THE BEAR

Director & Director of Photography
THOMAS WINSTON

Second Unit Director of Photography
RICK F.X. SMITH

Additional Cinematography
ERIC BENDICK
LESLIE GAINES
JOHN LIVINGSTON
JUSTIN LUBKE
COLIN RUGGIERO
LOGAN SCHNEIDER
PETER SMITH

Cam-Mate Operators
TONY HAMAN
SCOTT STERLING

Writer
ERIC L. BENDICK

Editor
SARAH MARIUS

Assistant Editor
ANNE DEVEREUX

Original Musical Score
CRAIG MINOWA
CLOUD CULT

Associate Producer
CASEY ANDERSON

Production Manager
MAILANDE BECKER HOLLAND

Sound Recordists
RICK F.X. SMITH
LESLIE GAINES

Graphics
PIXEL POETRY
SARAH MARIUS

Still Photography
ERIC L. BENDICK
NANCY REYNOLDS
RICK F.X. SMITH
LEE WILLIS, D.D.S.

Narration Recording
POINDEXTER'S AUDIO
KEVIN BUTLER

On-Line Post Production
WINK INC.
JASON WINKLER
TYLER DUKE

Colorist
SCOTT STERLING

Audio Mix & Sound Design
MAGNOLIA POST
JOHN CLARKE

Research
ERIC L. BENDICK

Brutus provided by Montana Grizzly Encounter
CASEY ANDERSON
AMI TESTA
JOHN PETERSON

Brutus the Bear Crew
JUDY HUTCHINS
BILL TESTA

Production Assistants
ANDY ADKINS
SHASTA GRENIER
TYLER JOHNERSON
SUHAN KUPOGLU
MORGAN SMITH
ROY THIE
LEE WILLIS, D.D.S.

Legal Advisor
JOSH SANDLER
SANDLER LAW
NEW YORK, NEW YORK

Grizzly Creek Web Site Design
THOMAS HINES

Brutus breakout sets built by
BIG TIMBERWORKS, GALLATIN GATEWAY, MONTANA
MERLE ADAMS
TOM BOWLES
DAN CHAPEL
JOAKIM EIDE

Pinata Design
AMANDA HOUSE

Promotional Consideration
TRUCK CAMPERS PROVIDED BY FOUR WHEEL CAMPERS, WOODLAND, CA
CAMPER AWNINGS PROVIDED BY FIAMMA AWNINGS, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
EXPEDITION TENTS PROVIDED BY HILLEBERG, THE TENTMAKER, REDMOND, WASHINGTON
CAMPING EQUIPMENT PROVIDED BY BRUNTON, RIVERTON, WYOMING
COOK SHELTER PROVIDED BY KELTY
PACKS PROVIDED BY MYSTERY RANCH PACKS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
BEAR SPRAY PROVIDED BY UDAP BEAR PEPPER SPRAY,
BINOCULARS PROVIDED BY SWAROVSKI OPTIK
BEAR RESISTANT COOLERS PROVIDED BY ENGEL COOLERS
BOOTS PROVIDED BY SCHNEEíS BOOTS AND SHOES, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
WADERS PROVIDED BY SIMMS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
BRUTUS FISHING LURES PROVIDED BY JAMES HAWORTH, TACKLE INDUSTRIES, OSKALOOSA, IOWA
CONCRETE STAIN FOR MONTANA GRIZZLY ENCOUNTERS PROVIDED BY THE L.M. SCOFIELD COMPANY
ROBERT ANNALORA, HEADWATER LINING, LLC, BELGRADE, MONTANA
DAVE FRY-OMEGA BROADCAST, AUSTIN, TEXAS
FUJINON BROADCAST LENSES
LES HAUSAUER, SCHNEE'S BOOTS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
HIGH COUNTRY RENTAL, LIVINGSTON, MONTANA
RICHARD CHILDRESS/GRIZZLY MEADOWS LODGE, EMIGRANT, MONTANA
JACK DEKEYSER, RANCH MANAGER, GRIZZLY MEADOWS LODGE, EMIGRANT, MONTANA
KENNY GASCH/BISON WILLY'S HOSTEL, CODY, WYOMING
PANASONIC

Special Thanks
CHRIS ANDERSON AND LEIGH EWING FOR CASEY'S CHILDHOOD PHOTOS AND VIDEO
MISSI PYLE ANDERSON
MARK BRUSCINO, BEAR MANAGEMENT OFFICE, WYOMING GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
PIXIE ELMOSE
BRETING ENGEL
BIRTHDAY PARTY LOCATION PROVIDED BY SHIRLEY LAYNE, BIG TIMBER, MONTANA
MARCI JOHNERSON
MONTANA FISH, WILDLIFE AND PARKS
"PRETTY UGLY PEOPLE" FOOTAGE AND POSTER COURTESY PUP MOVIE, LLC
RONALD TOBIAS, MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHY
MILT FUSSELMAN/USDA/FOREST SERVICE AND THE GALLATIN NATIONAL FOREST
GORDON HARDAWAY, D.V.M. AND THE HARDAWAY VETERINARY HOSPITAL STAFF
TARA HODGES, WYOMING GAME AND FISH DEPARTMENT
MARCI JOHNERSON
MICHAEL LEACH
CHARLES PRESTON, PH.D./THE DRAPER MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
BOB, JULIE AND SHIRLEY MORTON, GREEN MOUNTAIN RED ANGUS RANCH, THREE FORKS, MT
MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF FILM AND PHOTOGRAPHY
STACIE VALLIE/YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
THANKSGIVING PHOTO AND BABY BRUTUS FOOTAGE COURTESY OF JOHN PETERSON
HOT TUB PHOTO OF CASEY AND BRUTUS COURTESY OF JODY ROBISON
WEDDING PHOTO OF CASEY, MISSI AND BRUTUS COURTESY OF ALISON DYER
JOSH JONES AND THE STAFF OF WILDLIFE SAFARI, ROSEBURG, OREGON

For National Geographic Channel

Executive Producer
MICHAEL WELSH

Production Manager
KAREN GREENFIELD

Unit Manager
ASHLEY LORENZO

S&P Research
ANN HENDERSON

Production Assistant
MARION ASHLEY SAID

Executive in Charge of Production
GEOFF DANIELS

Produced by Grizzly Creek Films, LLC for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNELS

© 2010 NGC Network US, LLC
All Rights Reserved

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The saga of a bear becoming a star, an animal trainer following his dreams, and an entertaining educational mission to make the world a better place for all animals – both wild and tame.

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Yellowstone Spring

Prepared to endure the unpredictable extremes of the season, naturalist Casey Anderson introduces the many faces of spring in the Yellowstone ecosystem.

 

 

Prepared to endure the unpredictable extremes of the season, naturalist Casey Anderson introduces the many faces of spring in the Yellowstone ecosystem.

America the Wild: Yellowstone Spring

Executive Producers
LESLIE M. GAINES
MAILANDE BECKER HOLLAND
THOMAS WINSTON

Producers
CASEY ANDERSON
ANNE DEVEREUX
LESLIE M. GAINES
THOMAS WINSTON

Writer
SHASTA GRENIER

Editors
SHASTA GRENIER
JUSTIN LUBKE

Director & Director of Photography
THOMAS WINSTON

Second Unit Director of Photography
RICK F.X. SMITH

Original Music
CRAIG MINOWA

Sound Recordists
RICK F.X. SMITH
BRIAN WHITLOCK

Additional Cinematography
ERIC L. BENDICK
DAWSON DUNNING
JUSTIN LUBKE
DANNY SCHMIDT

Production Manager
BECKER MAILANDE HOLLAND

Post Production Supervisor
ANNE DEVEREUX

Research
SHASTA GRENIER

Online Editor & Colorist
SCOTT STERLING

Post Production Sound Design
JOHN CLARKE
RIRICHARD ACHOR

Graphics
ANNE DEVEREUX

Assistant Editor
SUHAN KUPOGLU

Brutus provided by Montana Grizzly Encounter
CASEY ANDERSON
JUDY HUTCHINS
AMI OTTEN
JOHN PETERSON
BILL TESTA

Stock Footage
GRIZZLY CREEK FILMS
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK ARCHIVAL PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE

Special Thanks
ROB DAVIES
TODD STILES
HEBGEN LAKE RANGER DISTRICT, WEST YELLOWSTONE, MONTANA
GALLATIN NATIONAL FOREST
MERLE ADAMS, BIG TIMBERWORKS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
MONTANA RAPTOR CENTER
DRAPER MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
CHARLES PRESTON, PhD
BUFFALO FIELD CAMPAIGN
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, VISITOR SERVICES OFFICE: TAMMY WERT & KAREN McENEANEY
PANASONIC
FUJINON BROADCAST LENSES
BAJA DESIGNS, SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA
ENGEL-USA, JUPITER, FLORIDA
HELLWIG LOAD AND SWAY CONTROL PRODUCTS, VISILIA, CALIFORNIA
HILLEBERG THE TENTMAKER, REDMOND, WASHINGTON
RENEGADE OFFROAD AND CUSTOMS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
ELEANOR AND FRED WINSTON
MISSI PYLE and the TALKING HOT DOG RANCH
SCHNEES BOOT AND SHOES

Promotional consideration provided by
ARB 4x4 ACCESSORIES, RENTON, WASHINGTON*
FOUR-WHEEL POP-UP CAMPERS, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA*
RANCHO SUSPENSIONS, MONROE, MICHIGAN*
SWAROVSKI OPTIK*

For National Geographic Channels

Executive Producer
NAME

Senior Vice President, Production
MICHAEL CASCIO

or

Senior Vice President, Production
JULIET BLAKE

Production Manager
NAME

Unit Manager
NAME

S&P Research
NAME

Production Coordinator
NAME

Executive in Charge of Production
GEOFF DANIELS

Produced by GRIZZLY CREEK FILMS, LLC for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNELS

© 2010 NGC Networks US, LLC

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Prepared to endure the unpredictable extremes of the season, naturalist Casey Anderson introduces the many faces of spring in the Yellowstone ecosystem.

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Inside the Wolf Pack

On the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone, naturalist Casey Anderson goes “inside the pack” with a stunning profile of Yellowstone’s apex predator, the gray wolf, at the height of its power during the brutal grip of winter.

 

 

On the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone, naturalist Casey Anderson goes “inside the pack” with a stunning profile of Yellowstone’s apex predator, the gray wolf, at the height of its power during the brutal grip of winter.

America the Wild: Inside the Wolf Pack

Executive Producers
LESLIE M. GAINES
MAILANDE BECKER HOLLAND
THOMAS WINSTON

Producers
ERIC L. BENDICK
ANNE DEVEREUX

Presenter
CASEY ANDERSON

Writers
ERIC L. BENDICK
SHASTA GRENIER

Editor
JUSTIN LUBKE

Director
THOMAS WINSTON

Director of Photography
THOMAS WINSTON

Second Unit Director of Photography
RICK F.X. SMITH

Original Music
CRAIG MINOWA

Sound Recordist
RICK F.X. SMITH

Production Manager
BECKER MAILANDE HOLLAND

Research
SHASTA GRENIER

Online Editor & Colorist
SCOTT STERLING

Graphics
ZACH JOHNERSON
CHRIS MURPHY
HELIO COLLECTIVE
SARAH MARIUS

Special Thanks
MEXICAN WOLF PROJECT
SEVILLETA NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE

JERRY JOHNSON
BACKCOUNTRY ADVENTURES
WEST YELLOWSTONE, MONTANA

CURT MORGAN
BRAIN FARM MEDIA

PIXIE ELMOSE

HELIO COLLECTIVE

JEAN SIMPSON
WILD BUNCH RANCH, DRIGGS, IDAHO

SUSAN EIRICH
EARTHFIRE INSTITUTE, DRIGGS, IDAHO

FEATHERED FRIENDS, SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

Stock Footage
RON ARMSTRONG
JUDY LEHMBERG
JOHN PETERSON
NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL, ARCHIVE

Promotional consideration provided by
ARB 4x4 ACCESSORIES, RENTON, WASHINGTON*
CANADA GOOSE, TORONTO, ONTARIO*
FOUR-WHEEL POP-UP CAMPERS, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA*
SWAROVSKI OPTIK*

For National Geographic Channels

Executive Producer
NAME

Senior Vice President, Production
MICHAEL CASCIO

or

Senior Vice President, Production
JULIET BLAKE

Production Manager
NAME

Unit Manager
NAME

S&P Research
NAME

Production Coordinator
NAME

Executive in Charge of Production
GEOFF DANIELS

Produced by GRIZZLY CREEK FILMS, LLC for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNELS

© 2010 NGC Networks US, LLC

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On the occasion of the fifteenth anniversary of wolf reintroduction in Yellowstone, naturalist Casey Anderson goes “inside the pack” with a stunning profile of Yellowstone’s apex predator, the gray wolf, at the height of its power during the brutal grip of winter.

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Inside A Grizzly Attack

Casey profiles a trio of legendary Yellowstone grizzly bear attack stories and offers up a playful “crash course” on everyday life living with bears at the edge of wilderness.

 

 

Casey profiles a trio of legendary Yellowstone grizzly bear attack stories and offers up a playful “crash course” on everyday life living with bears at the edge of wilderness.

America the Wild: Inside a Grizzly Attack

Executive Producers
LESLIE M. GAINES
MAILANDE BECKER HOLLAND
THOMAS WINSTON

Producers
CASEY ANDERSON
ERIC L. BENDICK
ANNE DEVEREUX
LESLIE M. GAINES
THOMAS WINSTON

Writer
ERIC L. BENDICK

Editor
STEFANIE WATKINS

Director
THOMAS WINSTON

Director of Photography
THOMAS WINSTON

Second Unit Director of Photography
RICK F.X. SMITH
LOGAN SCHNEIDER

Original Music
CRAIG MINOWA

Sound Recordists
RICK F.X. SMITH
BRIAN WHITLOCK

Additional Cinematography
ERIC L. BENDICK
DAWSON DUNNING
JUSTIN LUBKE

Production Manager
BECKER MAILANDE HOLLAND

Post Production Supervisor
ANNE DEVEREUX

Research
ERIC L. BENDICK

Online Editor & Colorist
SCOTT STERLING

Post Production Sound Design
JOHN CLARKE
RICHARD ANCHOR

Graphics
STEFANIE WATKINS

Assistant Editor
SUHAN KUPOGLU

Brutus provided by Montana Grizzly Encounter
CASEY ANDERSON
JUDY HUTCHINS
AMI OTTEN
JOHN PETERSON
BILL TESTA

Reenactors
ANNE DEVEREUX
ERIC L. BENDICK
RICK F.X. SMITH
AIMEE JOHNSON
JACK CHAMBERS

Stock Footage
GRIZZLY CREEK FILMS
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK ARCHIVAL PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
JOHN SCHERER
KBZK-TV, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
JIM COLE STILL PHOTOS COURTESY OF ST. MARTINS PRESS

Special Thanks
JIM COLE
MARK MATHENY, UDAP BEAR PEPPER SPRAY
SARAH MULLER
SARAH HARVEY
KITCHEN SET BUILT BY MERLE ADAMS, BIG TIMBERWORKS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
JEREMIAH JOHNSON
BARE’S STOVE AND SPA, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
HELL’S A ROARIN’ OUTFITTERS, JARDINE, MONTANA
DRAPER MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
CHARLES PRESTON, PhD
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, VISITOR SERVICES OFFICE: TAMMY WERT & KAREN MCENEANEY
PANASONIC
FUJINON BROADCAST LENSES
BAJA DESIGNS, SAN MARCOS, CALIFORNIA
ENGEL-USA, JUPITER, FLORIDA
HELLWIG LOAD AND SWAY CONTROL PRODUCTS, VISILIA, CALIFORNIA
HILLEBERG THE TENTMAKER, REDMOND, WASHINGTON
RENEGADE OFFROAD AND CUSTOMS, BOZEMAN, MONTANA
ELEANOR AND FRED WINSTON
MISSI PYLE and the TALKING HOT DOG RANCH
SCHNEES BOOT AND SHOES

Promotional consideration provided by
ARB 4x4 ACCESSORIES, RENTON, WASHINGTON*
FOUR-WHEEL POP-UP CAMPERS, WOODLAND, CALIFORNIA*
RANCHO SUSPENSIONS, MONROE, MICHIGAN*
SWAROVSKI OPTIK*

For National Geographic Channels

Executive Producer
MICHAEL WELSH

Production Manager
KAREN GREENFIELD

Unit Manager
ASHLEY LORENZO

S&P Research
ANN HENDERSON

Production Coordinator
MARION ASHLEY SAID

Executive in Charge of Production
GEOFF DANIELS

Produced by GRIZZLY CREEK FILMS, LLC for NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CHANNELS

© 2010 NGC Network US, LLC

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Casey profiles a trio of legendary Yellowstone grizzly bear attack stories and offers up a playful “crash course” on everyday life living with bears at the edge of wilderness.

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Stalking the Mountain Lion

Naturalist Casey Anderson sets out to track one of North America’s most elusive ghosts: the mountain lion.

 

 

Naturalist Casey Anderson sets out to track one of North America’s most elusive ghosts: the mountain lion.






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Naturalist Casey Anderson sets out to track one of North America’s most elusive ghosts: the mountain lion.

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Wolverine King


Bracing himself against the fierce elements of the frozen wilds of Alaska and British Columbia, Casey Anderson finds himself on his own “mission impossible” – a quest to find and film an elusive animal whose legend is almost larger than life, the Wolverine.

 

 

 

Bracing himself against the fierce elements of the frozen wilds of Alaska and British Columbia, Casey Anderson finds himself on his own “mission impossible” – a quest to find and film an elusive animal whose legend is almost larger than life, the Wolverine.






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Bracing himself against the fierce elements of the frozen wilds of Alaska and British Columbia, Casey Anderson finds himself on his own “mission impossible” – a quest to find and film an elusive animal whose legend is almost larger than life, the Wolverine.

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Grand Canyon Safari


Casey Anderson heads to the legendary Grand Canyon for an adventure of truly epic proportions – a trek through this vast wilderness that will take him from the California Condor to the Grand Canyon Rattlesnake and back again – to profiling the rare and endangered wildlife living on the edge of the abyss.

 

 

Casey Anderson heads to the legendary Grand Canyon for an adventure of truly epic proportions – a trek through this vast wilderness that will take him from the California Condor to the Grand Canyon Rattlesnake and back again – to profiling the rare and endangered wildlife living on the edge of the abyss.






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Casey Anderson heads to the legendary Grand Canyon for an adventure of truly epic proportions – a trek through this vast wilderness that will take him from the California Condor to the Grand Canyon Rattlesnake and back again – to profiling the rare and endangered wildlife living on the edge of the abyss.

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Yellowstone Scavengers


Casey plunges headlong into a covert-ops wildlife stakeout to determine the ultimate scavenger in a gladiator-style contest surrounding a fresh deer kill in Yellowstone – activity reaches a fever pitch as Wolves, Mountain Lions, Skunks, Ravens, Eagles, and Maggots come “out of the woodwork” for a piece of the action.

 

 

Casey plunges headlong into a covert-ops wildlife stakeout to determine the ultimate scavenger in a gladiator-style contest surrounding a fresh deer kill in Yellowstone – activity reaches a fever pitch as Wolves, Mountain Lions, Skunks, Ravens, and Eagles come out for a piece of the action.






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Casey plunges headlong into a covert-ops wildlife stakeout to determine the ultimate scavenger in a gladiator-style contest surrounding a fresh deer kill in Yellowstone – activity reaches a fever pitch as Wolves, Mountain Lions, Skunks, Ravens, and Eagles come out for a piece of the action.

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Black Bear Invasion


Casey’s newest protégé, “Casey-Junior,” is a six-week old ambassador Black Bear cub who will learn to walk, swim, climb, and forage, all for the first time under Casey’s careful tutelage; but what starts out small doesn’t stay that way as Casey embarks on an all-out quest to find Black Bears in the wildest country east of the Mississippi: Maine’s “Big Woods.”

 

 

Casey’s newest protégé, “Casey-Junior,” is a six-week old ambassador Black Bear cub who will learn to walk, swim, climb, and forage, all for the first time under Casey’s careful tutelage; but what starts out small doesn’t stay that way as Casey embarks on an all-out quest to find Black Bears.






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Casey’s newest protégé, “Casey-Junior,” is a six-week old ambassador Black Bear cub who will learn to walk, swim, climb, and forage, all for the first time under Casey’s careful tutelage; but what starts out small doesn’t stay that way as Casey embarks on an all-out quest to find Black Bears.

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Grizzly vs. Polar Bear


A puzzling story is swirling through the land of the midnight sun: Polar Bears and Brown Bears, isolated from one another for millennia by geography, climate, and behavior, are suddenly appearing side-by-side – prompting Casey to embark on a fact-finding mission.

 

 

A puzzling story is swirling through the land of the midnight sun: Polar Bears and Brown Bears, isolated from one another for millennia by geography, climate, and behavior, are suddenly appearing side-by-side – prompting Casey to embark on a fact-finding mission.






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A strange and puzzling story is swirling through the land of the midnight sun: Polar Bears and Brown Bears, isolated from one another for millennia by geography, climate, and behavior, are suddenly appearing side-by-side – prompting Casey Anderson to embark on a fact-finding mission in the hopes of solving one of the natural world’s most intriguing new mysteries.

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Monster Wolf


Wolves have been around for centuries, but with so many variations in the wild, what's really considered a wolf? Casey puts his tracking skills to the test to reveal the truth about wolves

 

Wolves have been around for centuries, but with so many variations in the wild, what's really considered a wolf? Casey puts his tracking skills to the test to reveal the truth about wolves.






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Wolves have been around for centuries, but with so many variations in the wild, what's really considered a wolf? Casey puts his tracking skills to the test to reveal the truth about wolves.

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American Vampire


Vampires and vampire bats have one thing in common: they feed exclusively on blood. Hacking through the jungles of Mexico, Casey follows caver Scott Davis in search of the mysterious vampire bat to untangle truth from tale.

Vampires and vampire bats have one thing in common: they feed exclusively on blood. Hacking through the jungles of Mexico, Casey follows caver Scott Davis in search of the mysterious vampire bat to untangle truth from tale.






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Vampires and vampire bats have one thing in common: they feed exclusively on blood. Hacking through the jungles of Mexico, Casey follows caver Scott Davis in search of the mysterious vampire bat to untangle truth from tale.

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Super Moose


It's peak mating season in moose country, and Casey Anderson is on a mission to explain the bizarre and unpredictable behavior that occurs when moose gather in a "supergroup."

It's peak mating season in moose country, and Casey Anderson is on a mission to explain the bizarre and unpredictable behavior that occurs when moose gather in a "supergroup."






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It's peak mating season in moose country, and Casey Anderson is on a mission to explain the bizarre and unpredictable behavior that occurs when moose gather in a "supergroup."

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Mountain Lion vs. Bighorn


Casey is on a mission to discover what it will take for America's bighorn sheep to reclaim a home on the range while their population grows under the threatening shadow of the mountain lion.

Casey is on a mission to discover what it will take for America's bighorn sheep to reclaim a home on the range while their population grows under the threatening shadow of the mountain lion.






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Casey is on a mission to discover what it will take for America's bighorn sheep to reclaim a home on the range while their population grows under the threatening shadow of the mountain lion.

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Gator Country


Casey uses his wildlife skills deep in the heart of Florida's swamps to learn about America's top cold-blooded predator - the American alligator.

Casey uses his wildlife skills deep in the heart of Florida's swamps to learn about America's top cold-blooded predator - the American alligator.






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Casey uses his wildlife skills deep in the heart of Florida's swamps to learn about America's top cold-blooded predator - the American alligator.

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Night of the Grizzly


Grizzly bear expert Casey Anderson is determined to solve the mystery of the "night grizzly." According to the stories, a night grizzly is a bold, aggressive predator that conceals itself in a cloak of darkness.

Grizzly bear expert Casey Anderson is determined to solve the mystery of the "night grizzly." According to the stories, a night grizzly is a bold, aggressive predator that conceals itself in a cloak of darkness.






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Grizzly bear expert Casey Anderson is determined to solve the mystery of the "night grizzly." According to the stories, a night grizzly is a bold, aggressive predator that conceals itself in a cloak of darkness.

 
 

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