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The Texas game wardens work endlessly to protect the Lone Star State's natural resources and police its 28 million citizens; a look back at their most memorable moments.

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aired 118 days ago
Texas game wardens go on alert after a massive flash flood; game wardens rush to a gas station that could explode; a patrol through the Rio Grande leads to an unexpected encounter; game wardens investigate an illegally killed hawk.
aired 118 days ago
When the Texas game wardens encounter a sick bald eagle, it becomes a race against time to ensure its survival; while checking deer camps near the border of Mexico, a warden finds himself in a high-stakes foot pursuit.
aired 118 days ago
Conserving the state's animals is a Texas game warden's job; from an injured deer in the north of the state to illegal fish and crabs along the Gulf Coast to migratory dove in central Texas, the game wardens protect their state's resources.
aired 118 days ago
As summertime winds down, game wardens gear up to protect wildlife; a deer poacher is busted, a baby rattlesnake is rescued, a hummingbird evades capture, and a raccoon is released to the wild.
aired 125 days ago
Warden Johnson joins his local police department on a search warrant at the home of a well-known poacher; Warden Boone relocates an alligator snapping turtle; Wardens Benoit and Satchfield pull over a crabber and find marijuana in his car.
aired 125 days ago
Game wardens patrol the Rio Grande in search of an unidentified body; Warden Powell investigates an unusual deer case; Wardens Boone and Ataya respond to a call about mountain lions being shot in a woman's backyard.
aired 125 days ago
The Game Wardens are busy on land and water. In Jasper County, Game Wardens Inman and Eddins find a man alone on the beach. Rehabilitated turtles are released on the high seas. In West Texas, wild donkeys are under threat.
aired 125 days ago
It's snapper season on the Gulf, and as fishermen catch fish, game wardens catch fishermen breaking the law. Two men are investigated for cruelty to a wild pig, a family fishing get educated, and an exotic tortoise finds a new home.
aired 132 days ago
In Beaumont County, Boone investigates a case involving an ATV and guns; Game Warden Dockery encounters a venomous snake outside of Houston; recently graduated Game Warden Ataya responds to a trespassing case at night involving a group of ATV riders.
aired 132 days ago
The wardens search for an endangered whooping crane; a local shop owner finds an injured hawk; responding to a call about a nuisance alligator and a potential poacher.
aired 132 days ago
It's summertime in Texas, and game wardens handle drunken boaters, angry campers, a lying shrimp boat captain and a rowdy raccoon.
aired 132 days ago
Game wardens stay busy patrolling the state of Texas; on Sam Rayburn Lake, a water patrol turns into a cry for help; the wardens serve a warrant to a man who illegally shot a hog; a baby screech owl gets a second chance.

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