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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.
On Mt. Monadnock, a severed finger is found, sending a team and K-9 Wyatt to search for other possible body parts. A family of repeat offenders are found riding their ATVs without proper protective gear, and a man admits to an illegal bear kill.
When a man responsible for fatal car accident fleas the scene, Officer McKee responds to the call. An injured hiker is rescued from a trail in Franconia Notch State Park, and an illegal pheasant hunter is reported.
A horrific rock climbing accident on Cannon Cliffs sends two officers and an emergency team on a heroic helicopter rescue mission. A combative man is found illegally riding an OHRV and is questioned by Officer Crouse, and a moose causes a traffic jam.
A deer hunter pleads ignorance when caught with tree stands on private property. Officer Crouse catches a group of ATV speedsters, and Officer MacFazden investigates a suspicious bear kill.
A team is deployed to relocate a moose trapped in downtown Nashua. During an undercover mission, Officer Egan encounters multiple bird hunters, while Officer Canfield rushes to rescue an injured hiker and his young family on Mount Carrigan.
Officer Canfield handles a group of ATV riders reported for riding prohibited trails. Officer Holmes investigates a suspected illegal deer kill, and an abandoned car is found on the Androscoggin River that might be linked to a crime.
Sgt. Lopashanski attempts every trick in the book to wrangle a stubborn moose off of a busy roadway. Officer Canfield plays a game of cat and mouse with a suspected illegal deer hunter, and Officer McKee and Demler investigate an illegal turkey kill.
Officer Masucci and Major Walsh join forces to summon a man for baiting without a permit. Officer Bronson pursues a pair of ATV speedsters riding with a toddler with no safety gear, and Lieutenant Cheney responds to a call about a deer wedged in a fence.
Officer Bronson investigates a teen's social media post, boasting of illegally shooting a deer. Officer Canfield confronts a hunter over multiple violations. And, the dive team searches for a boat and its driver after a collision with another boat.
Officer MacFadzen tracks a trapper suspected of poaching, and stealing a trail camera surveying the illegal traps. Officer Lucas investigates the death of an owl. And, officers question a father and son who may have hunted over illegal bait.
A team of officers stakeout hunting sites across New Hampshire after reports of illegal activity. Officer Lopashanski investigates the mysterious discovery of untagged, unregistered deer parts hanging in front of a burnt-out building.
Officers St. Pierre and Arsenault confront a bear that has made its winter den in a car. Officer McKee investigates a claim that an illegal deer kill was an accident. Lt. Boudreau stops a family of snowmobilers riding illegally on a highway
When a bear cub is found camping in a treehouse, Officer Egan responds to the call. Officer Bronson and Lucas ticket a man for multiple violations while riding an OHRV, and Officer Matson searches for a malnourished fawn.
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