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In the state of Maine, the elite Game Warden Service patrols more than eighteen million acres of rugged terrain filled with wild animals... and wild people. Each Autumn brings the hunting season, the Warden's busiest and most dangerous time of year. These 'State Police of the Woods' never know what to expect from one moment to the next. North Woods Law follows Maine's elite Game Wardens as they navigate the Pine Tree State's rugged terrain and twisted back roads. This year the wardens cover deer, moose, and fowl hunting seasons - the busiest and most perilous times of the year. Each punch of the time clock is a ticket to extreme danger and drama as undercover stings and intense rescues are all in a day's work. Whether they're tracking bears on dangerous mountains or busting drunk drivers on ATVs, the Maine Game Wardens risk life and limb to protect animals and serve the people of Maine.
Officers Boudreau and Hannett pursue a pair of intoxicated, out of control, teenage dirt bikers. Officer Bronson investigates a night-hunting case involving an animal he's never dealt with. Officer Lucas gets creative trying to rescue a baby bird.
Officers Bronson and Lucas help state police investigate a 19-year-old missing person case. A landowner requests help with a group of squatters on an island in the Connecticut River. And, Officer Towne comes to the aid of an injured hawk.
Officer Lopashanski makes a surprising discovery while searching for an injured bald eagle. Officers Cheney and Pushee stumble upon a trespasser whose vehicle is stuck in a mud hole. And Officer MacFadzen leads the search for a missing swimmer.
Officer Lucas attempts to track down trespassers who tore up land owned by Fish and Game. On Mt. Mousilauke, Officer Towne races to assist an injured 11-year-old hiker. And Officer Courtney confronts a group of fishermen about an illegal catch.
Officer Arsenault teams up with police to stake-out a marijuana grow in the middle of the woods. Officer Bronson searches for a missing swimmer as a storm rolls in. And, Officer Courtney tries to avoid injury while handling a particularly prickly animal.
Officer Arsenault confronts a hunter accused of hunting too close to a school and damaging property. Officer Towne investigates reports of a bear being fed in a residential area. And Officers Bronson and Demler question a man about illegal owl parts.
Officers Bronson and Towne respond to an ATV accident on a mountain summit in the middle of the night. Officer McKee attempts to reunite an exotic pet with its owner. And Sergeant Dakai confronts a hunter he suspects of illegally baiting bears.
Officers McKee and Pushee confront two hunters lying about illegally baiting deer. Officer Arsenault deals with a tight-lipped teenage fisherman who refuses to provide information. And Lt. Boudreau stumbles upon a couple in a compromising position.
Officer Jim Cyrs and Lt. Saunders rush to the scene of an ATV accident. Officer James Benvenuti works with K-9 Cora to track down a suspect. Officer Eric Hannett gets backup from Lt. Bill Boudreau when dealing with a suspicious fisherman.
Lt. Boudreau and Officer Hannett confront a hunter they suspect illegally shot a pheasant. Officer Egan receives a call from a Canadian hunter who shot a moose that crossed the border. And, a community unites in the search for a missing teenager.
Officer Towne responds to a call about a hunter cornered by a pack of dogs. Officer Hannett tries to coax the truth from suspicious hunters. Lt. Boudreau leads a large night hunting operation that quickly takes an unexpected turn.
Lt. Boudreau and Officer Hannett track a hunter at an illegal bait site. Officers Towne, Matson and Jones investigate a teenage hunter with a changing story. And a routine patrol in icy conditions becomes a life-changing event for Officer Lucas.
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