Brave Wilderness Star Coyote Peterson Coming to Animal Planet

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Coyote Peterson’s Coyote Pack will be thrilled to learn that he is working with Animal Planet to develop a new long-form TV series featuring wild expeditions and rare up-close animal experiences.  It’s set to premiere  in 2019.

Passionate about wildlife education and host of the much-loved   Brave Wilderness channel on YouTube, Coyote brings the animal kingdom up close for the next wave of explorers in an entertaining way, while promoting compassion and welfare for the natural world. For his Animal Planet series, Coyote will travel to all new destinations and share his experiences with the most fascinating, bizarre, and iconic animals on earth. Together with his crew, which includes director Mark Vins and wildlife biologist Mario Aldecoa, they will share their breathtaking adventures.

“My entire life I have been fascinated with animals and my goal has always been to share this passion with the rest of the world,” said Coyote.  “Producing a series for Animal Planet is a dream come true, and their global platform will allow us to proudly promote a message of education and a continued drive toward the conservation of countless animal species. This is the big leagues for us, and not only are we excited, but we have never been more ready for the journey ahead!”

“The road leading to this opportunity has been paved in grit, determination, friendship, and most of all, a profound enthusiasm for what we love to do: sharing our wildlife adventures with the world,” said Vins.  “Now that we’ve partnered with Animal Planet, we will have the honor of doing so from the biggest stage for nature programs, and we couldn’t be more excited.”

Coyote’s latest book for a young audience is called Coyote Peterson: The King of Sting! and  will be available everywhere books are sold beginning November 27.

 

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