Sunday, April 11, 2021

National Geographic Celebrates Earth Day 2021

Earth Day is coming up on April 22 and you can celebrate early with these fabulous new finds from National Geographic.  

Earth Day may occur a month into spring but to me it represents the true start of spring every year. The weather is finally warmer and celebrating Mother Earth evokes a feeling of warmth and hope. I'm particularly excited for Earth Day this year because who can even remember Earth Day 2020 in the midst of such scary uncertain times?

I say its time to kick off the party and start your Earth Day Celebrations early by checking out these terrific, inspiring new finds from National Geographic. These items will certainly spark the explorer deep down inside even the biggest homebody.

National Geographic Celebrates Earth Day 2021 

Secrets of the Whales.  

Have a Whale of a time watching the new National Geographic documentary on Disney+. This beautiful new film starts streaming on April 22 on Disney+.  You can watch the trailer here:

Secrets of the Whales- National Geographic Books ($35)-  

This book pairs with the upcoming documentary on Disney+ with the same name. Features the underwater images of Brian Skerry.  Skerry has explored and documented oceans for over four decades. This book documents these alluring creatures in all their glory--and demonstrates how these majestic creatures can teach us about ourselves and our planet. 

The Photo Ark ($35)-
National Geographic's Photo Ark, a major initiative and lifelong project by photographer Joel Sartore to make portraits of the world's animals.  
The lush and unique photography in this book captures the essence of endangered animals. His powerful message: to know these animals is to save them!

Gap Kids- National Geographic Photo Ark 100% Organic Cotton Graphic T-Shirts.

This collection focuses on sustainability, adventure, discovery, and exploration of our planet. Each piece in the collection is made with recycled or organically grown materials.

Blue Marble- National Geographic Earth Science Kit ($29.99)- 

More than 15 experiment activities including dueling water tornadoes, building an erupting volcano, growing a crystal, two geologic dig kits, and more

Moleskine: National Geographic Travelller's Journal ($34.95)- 

The National Geographic Traveller’s Journal comes with a free 12-month subscription to National Geographic’s online edition.

Parks Project- National Geographic Butterflies Cap ($36)- 

Every purchase from the National Geographic x Parks Project collection helps support the global nonprofit National Geographic Society in its work to protect and illuminate our world through exploration, research, and education. 

After exploring these items, I'm planning on getting myself a Moleskin Traveller's Journal. I'm going to plot out all the places I am going to visit as soon as I feel safe traveling. Maybe I'll even get to see some of Earth's beautiful creatures that are featured in The Photo Ark. Which of the items here has inspired you?

Who is National Geographic Society?

National Geographic Society is an impact-driven, global nonprofit organization that uses the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to illuminate and protect the wonder of the world.

Who is National Geographic Partners?

National Geographic Partners tells stories of humankind from an up-close perspective. A joint venture between The Walt Disney Company and National Geographic Society, they are committed to bringing the world premium science, adventure, and exploration content across an unrivaled portfolio of media assets.

Visit to learn more about National Geographic.

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**All photos within this article were provided by Disney.

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