A game warden is called out to rescue the disoriented animal.
A local man gives the wardens trouble about dumping his trash in a water source.
A resident gets busted for dumping old furniture on a local nature preserve.
North Woods Law follows Maine's elite game warden service during hunting season.
The wardens get an emergency call bout a capsized canoe.
The wardens go out early in the morning to check hunting permits.
A task team is put together for the biggest poaching takedown in the county.
Simmons and McKenny track down the likely suspects in a poaching incident.
Warden Rick LaFlamme stumbles across two stubborn, escaped oxen.
Get a taste of what it's like to film North Woods Law.
Warden Rick LaFlamme is lending a hand to help release some rescued seals.
The game wardens dive even deeper into the unforgiving woodland while also venturing out to different parts of the Pine Tree State. With hunting season in full swing, this elite force is hot on the heels of more poachers than ever before. New wardens join the ranks, taking on forensic investigations, search and rescue operations, manhunts and encounters with Maine's wildlife.
For Maine's game wardens, each punch of the time clock is a ticket to extreme danger. Whether they're tracking and catching dangerous poachers, investigating mysterious crimes or attempting daring and dramatic rescues, these wardens risk life and limb to safeguard people and animals within the wilderness while enforcing general state law.
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