Updated: Disneynature Oceans and The Crimson Wing Blu-ray Release Date and Details


Updated: New specs and box art added.

To celebrate World Ocean’ s Day today,Disney has announced a followup last September’s Blu-ray release of Disneynature: Earth with a pair of sequels; Disneynature: Oceans (which played theatrically this past April) and Disneynature: The Crimson Wing (aka Flamingos) on October 19.

Both new Disneynature films on Blu-ray will be presented in 1080p video and 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio. The standard DVD version will be included in the Blu-ray set, all wrapped under a slipcover sleeve and priced at $39.99 SRP.

Bonus features include Blu-ray exclusives for both titles as revealed below:

Disneynature: Oceans

  • BD Exclusive: Living Menus – an Interactive Experience
  • BD Exclusive: Filmmaker Annotations
  • “Make a Wave” Disney’s Friends for Change Music Video with Demi Levato and Joe Jonas
  • Disney & Nature – Preserving the World We Share
  • Deeper in the Ocean – Select Videos from Living Menus and Filmmaker Annotations

Disneynature: The Crimson Wing

  • BD Exclusive: Living Planet – Explore Earth as an Interactive Experience
  • BD Exclusive: Filmmaker Annotations
  • BD Exclusive: The Crimson Wing Screensaver
  • Lake Natron Diaries – Behind the Crimson Wing

Disney is also offering a ‘See the Oceans, Save the Oceans’ promotion described as follows:

By purchasing a Blu-ray Combo Pack or DVD of Disneynature OCEANS between October 19 and 25, viewers can help conserve our world’s oceans and the species that depend on them for survival. In honor of each Blu-ray and DVD purchased during that period Disneynature, through the Disney Worldwide Conservation Fund, will help establish new marine protected areas in The Bahamas with The Nature Conservancy, one of the largest conservation organizations in the world. In The Bahamas, The Nature Conservancy and its local partners, including the Bahamian government, are establishing a new marine protected area along the west side of Andros Island. Currently, new marine protected area boundaries are being defined that will expand the part from 300,000 acres to over 1 million acres. These areas will contain miles of vital coral reefs that provide natural habitat, nurseries and feeding grounds for hundreds of marine species. For more details on Disney’s collaboration with The Nature Conservancy, please visit: www.disney.com/oceans.

Enjoy a first look at the new Disneynature cover art below.