James Currie ~On National Geographic WILD

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by dAwN FiNe on January 17, 2012 · 1 comment

in Birding News, Birding North America, Uncategorized

Great news Via The American Birding Association Blog

The National Geographic WILD TV network is debuting Aerial Assassins, hosted by James Currie on Friday, January 20, 2012. The new hour-long show delves into the Sonoran Desert to track Harris’s Hawks.

A former wildlife wrangler, Currie also hosts, Nikon’s Birding Adventures TV, the first bird-watching travel show in the US. James Currie is a native of South Africa; he has led wildlife and bird-watching tours for more than 15 years. His passion for wildlife and traveling has led him all over the world, from the Amazon to Australia and even Madagascar. Currie describes himself as a lifelong “birder,” and feels “truly blessed to be able to do what he loves.” James states, “I am so excited for the premiere of Aerial Assassins and to introduce the world to the Harris’s Hawk, a species that has become popular among birders and others over the past two decades.”

Aerial Assassins premieres Friday, January 20th at 10pm EST. It will re-air Saturday, January 21st at 1am EST and Friday, January 27th at 3pm EST


I have already set my DVR to record! For all of you who aren’t able to see this segment. I am hoping it will be available after airing on National Geographic.

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  • Paul

    The video reminds me of a fox hunt, just with humans instead of dogs to chase the prey.  Don’t get me wrong, I have no qualms against hawks killing prey (or it being captured on film), let’s just give the game a fighting chance.

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