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Danger and drama are around every bend for elite workers of the Maine Warden Service, who are followed in this series as they navigate the Pine Tree State's rugged terrain during a busy and risk-filled hunting season. Whether they're tracking bears on mountain ranges, busting drunken drivers on ATVs, working undercover stings, or rescuing wayward woodsmen, these wardens risk their lives to protect animals and serve the people of Maine. The series also highlights fish and game officers in New Hampshire, who work tirelessly to preserve and protect the natural resources of the Granite State. The region's wild, rugged landscape attracts thousands of outdoors enthusiasts and makes the officers work diverse and demanding.

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Thanks to a Facebook post, the wardens embark on a manhunt when the ringleader of a gang of poachers skips bail; a flock of wild turkeys runs amok; a rabbit hunter is lost in snow-covered woods.
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Greedy hunters break the one hunter, one deer rule; deputy has his first night stakeout; LaFlamme hunts down an arrow for evidence; family covers up crime.
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An unusual recreational vehicle in a high speed chase; combative speedsters; the scene of an ATV crash.
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The New Hampshire conservation officers' most exciting interactions with the state's wildlife, including encounters with bears, moose, hawks, fawns, skunks, and the endangered timber rattlesnake.
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Sgt. Glen Lucas walks through some of his most memorable cases while also providing insight into what was happening behind the scenes; cases include his car accident, memorable hunting cases, and more.
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Officer Bronson questions a hunter who shot a deer without having the proper permit; while Officer Demler runs radar on a popular snowmobile trail, Sgt. Lucas investigates a suspicious deer kill site; Officer Cyrs responds to a snowmobile accident.
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Officer Hannett patrols for ice fishermen while Lt. Boudreau investigates a hunter who shot towards a road; Officer Holmes deals with a raccoon hiding in a warm chimney; Officer St. Pierre goes on his first dive recovery under the ice.
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Up north, Sgt. Lucas checks duck hunters; down south, Officer Benvenuti and trainee Crouse question a man suspected of hunting over bait; Sgt. Lucas and Officer Holmes attempt to free a cub stuck inside a trap before its mother returns.
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An ATV accident in which a man's head has been run over; relocating a rare rattlesnake; a dog is locked inside a car; a collapsed student needs rescuing on Mount Willard.
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Officer Fluette and Moxie attend their graduation; Officer Holmes and trainee McDermott investigate a possible illegal bait site and run a decoy operation with Officer Egan; Sgt. Lucas checks on a moose with odd behavior.
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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.
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Lt. Boudreau, K-9 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; Officer Hannett rushes to lead a carryout when a hiker suffers an injury.
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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.
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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.
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Officers Bill Boudreau and Eric Hannett investigate a man raising alligators in the attic of his home; as night falls over the White Mountains, Officers Glenn Lucas and Eric Fluette ascend into the darkness to rescue a lost group of hikers.
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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 Lieutenant Bill Boudreau when dealing with a suspicious fisherman.
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Officer Glen Lucas intervenes when a black bear cub gets separated from its mother and wreaks havoc on a small community; as heavy rains cause rivers to flood, Officer Eric Fluette races to rescue a man whose canoe has flipped in the rapids.
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Simmons, Parker and Robertson catch sportsmen who fired from inside their truck; Spahr leads the search for a missing elderly woman in York County; the dive team searches for two duck hunters presumed drowned in the Sebasticook River.
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Maine's final week of deer season gets out of control with desperate hunters; Warden Robertson takes on a felon with an illegal gun; Warden Carter tracks down rowdy teen hunters terrorizing a neighborhood.
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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.
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Officer Canfield responds to a call about an orphaned bear cub; Sgt. Lucas pays an unexpected visit to a hunter suspected of illegal baiting; Officer Cyrs investigates a large buck shot by a young, nervous hunter during muzzle-loader season.

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