Born to Be Wild (TV series)

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Born to be Wild
Genre Public affairs, Travel, Environmentalist, Wildlife
Created by GMA Network
Developed by GMA News and Public Affairs
Starring Ferdinand Recio
Kiko Rustia
Nielsen Donato
and Romi Garduce
Country of origin Philippines
Camera setup Multicamera setup
Running time 30 minutes
Original channel GMA Network
Picture format 480i SDTV
Original release November 28, 2007 (2007-11-28) – present
Preceded by Palaban
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Born to be Wild is a travel and wildlife show of GMA Network aired every Wednesday nights and hosted by Ferds Recio and Nielsen Donato, formerly hosted by Kiko Rustia, Mariz Umali and Romi Garduce. On August 4, 2010, the show began to shot in high definition format, although it still being aired in standard definition. The travel and wildlife program named after the Warner Bros. family comedy film of the same name. Every Wednesday Evenings Moved Sundays Mornings February 9, 2014 9:30 AM


"Born to be Wild" is the Philippine's very first nature documentary show on Philippine television. It features stories about wildlife and the environment and its hosts' weekly expeditions to the country's wildest frontiers. Becoming the best wildlife TV series in the Philippines.

Awards and recognition[edit]

New York Festivals[edit]

  • Finalist Certificate (Nature & Wildlife Category), Born to be Wild's (The Born Expeditions Finale episode[1]

1st ASEAN Champions of Biodiversity[edit]

  • 1st ASEAN Biodiversity Champion, Media Category[2]

Climate Change Commission[edit]

  • Fr. Neri Satur Award for Environmental Heroism Awardee[3]

Gandingan: UPLB Isko't Iska's Broadcast Choice Awards[edit]

  • 2013 Best Environment-Oriented Program

PMPC Star Awards for Television[edit]

  • 2014 Best Educational Program Winner
  • 2013 Best Educational Program Winner
  • 2012 Best Educational/Children Show Nomination
  • 2012 Best Educational/Children Show Host Nomination: Kiko Rustia & Dr.Nielsen Donato
  • 2011 Best Educational Program Nomination
  • 2011 Best Educational Program Host Nomination: Kiko Rustia & Dr. Ferds Recio
  • 2010 Best Educational Program Nomination
  • 2010 Best Educational Program Host Nomination: Kiko Rustia & Dr. Ferds Recio
  • 2009 Best Educational Program Nomination
  • 2009 Best Educational Program Host Nomination: Kiko Rustia & Dr. Ferds Recio
  • 2008 Best Educational Program Nomination
  • 2008 Best Educational Program Host Nomination: Romi Garduce & Dr. Ferds Recio

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