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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.
In New Hampshire, conservation officers protect the wildlife across the state, intervening for hawks, bears, geese and more. Officers also investigate rumors of an illegal exotic pet in Jaffrey.
In this special episode, Officer Glen Lucas and his fellow conservation officers look back at the most epic hunting cases of their careers and the tactics they used to get the truth from poachers desperately trying to cover their tracks.
Officer Chris McKee attempts to remove a bear from a tree in a playground, while Officer Fluette picks out his new K9 partner. Officer Lucas searches for a group of ATVs. On the snowy summit of Mt. Washington, officers search for lost hikers.
Lt. Boudreau and Officer Hannett investigate a possible illegal turkey kill site, while Officer Bronson responds to a call about a snake in a bed. Officer Demler confronts a suspect about shooting a turkey on private property.
Lt. Boudreau, K9 Ruby and Officer MacFadzen investigate a hunter suspected of shooting a turkey from the road. Officer McKee searches for a baby owl that fell from its nest. And Officer Hannett rushes to lead a carryout when a hiker is injured.
Officer Lucas sends a trainee to wrangle his first angry raccoon. Officer Fluette untangles a trapper's web of lies. Officer Benvenuti tries to rescue an injured gosling. Officers Boudreau and Hannett question father and son turkey hunters.
Officer Joe Canfield investigates a home with multiple bear feeding complaints and finds more than he bargained for. Officer Egan investigates an abandoned car and missing persons case. And Officers respond to a drowning in the Connecticut River.
Officer James Benvenuti chases down two lobster poachers in Rye. In a puzzling case, Officer Graham Courtney investigates a man on the beach found covered in blood. And Sergeant Adam Cheney attempts to apprehend trespassers on the railroad tracks.
Officer Canfield breaks up a 45-year-old illegal fishing tournament. Officer MacFadzen rescues an injured hawk. Officer Hannett confronts two kids riding OHRVs on the road. On Mt. Chocorua, officers rescue a woman with a fractured ankle.
Sgt. Hawks and Officer Benvenuti supervise Trainee Frye's lobster trap detail. Officer Lucas and Trainee McDermott deal with a woman illegally keeping a wild squirrel. Officer Delisle and Biologist Marchand investigate the deaths of multiple turtles.
Lt. Bill Boudreau investigates a complaint about a man illegally feeding bears. Officer Jon Demler pulls over a swerving car, only to find himself in the middle of a domestic dispute. The dive team searches for a man who may have drowned in Kingston.
Officer Canfield meets a feisty swimmer looking for a fight. Anger reaches a boiling point when Officers Pushee and McKee ticket a dozen unruly ATV violators at once. And as Officer McKee monitors a sleeping bear, it becomes dangerously aggravated.
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