Blackbird watcher is falsely accused of threatening a white woman in Central Park

National Geographic Bringing Christian Cooper, Viral Black Bird watchers have been falsely accused of threatening a white woman Central ParkHis own TV show.

Cooper will host a new series called Nat Geo Great border, Where visitors will be taken to Cooper’s “Wild, Wonderful, and Unexpected Bird World.” Cooper said in an earlier interview that he has been observing birds since he was ten years old.

“For Puffin to be brave in the stormy seas of Alaska, trekking in the Puerto Rico rainforest for parrots, or scaling a bridge for a peregrine falcon in Manhattan, he does everything he can to get to know these amazing feather animals and show us the amazing world above. “It simply came to our notice then.

The new series premiere date has not yet been announced, but Cooper said New York Times When Nat Geo came up with the idea about a year ago, he was “all in”.

“I was all,” he said. “I love to spread the gospel of birds.”

The show is set to launch in the spring of 2023, according to a spokesman for National Geographic.

On Facebook, Cooper expressed his excitement; He wrote, “Recently birding has exploded in popularity, and I look forward to highlighting these amazing animals and the amazing birds that love them and work to protect them!”

In 2020, bird watching caught worldwide attention after a white woman in New York City’s Central Park called the police and made false allegations about threatening her and her dog.

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