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Members of the Department of Fish and Wildlife Police in Washington are tasked with protecting both wildlife and people throughout the state. Covering such a vast area -- 42 million acres of rugged terrain -- can be a challenge for the more than 100 officers on the force who respond to more than 225,000 calls annually. Whether trying to catch bears. detaining wildlife poachers along the U.S.-Canada border, or going under cover to take down animal traffickers, the officers put their lives on the line as they face danger on a daily basis.

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Fish and Wildlife officers track down a trespassing elk poacher; sick coyote reported; father-daughter duo are caught red-handed illegally harvesting white fish; officers confront a repeat wildlife offender.
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Washington State's Fish and Wildlife Police keep busy as they arrest a repeat criminal, discover a headless elk and go on litter patrol; commercial Canadian crabbers illegally catch crabs in American waters.
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The Washington State Fish and Wildlife Police face a fibbing hunter, stop crab poachers and stop illegal salmon snaggers; officer faces an impossible choice regarding a blind mule deer buck.
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Catching repeat offenders poaching squid over five times the legal limit; serving a warrant to a law-breaking bear hunter; a fisherman catches salmon in closed waters.
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The officers arrest a salmon poacher in Seattle; an officer finds an illegal elk kill in the rainforest; a duck hunter with a criminal record possesses an illegal shotgun; freeing a black tail deer trapped in a storage compound.
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Tracking down stranded cougar cubs; arresting an unsuspecting rock fish poacher in Seattle; officers catch a hunter driving with a loaded weapon; a family harvests small crabs.
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Menacing bear is released back into the forest; campers have a fire in a no burn area; vessel is on the verge of sinking; boater has had way too much to drink; police confront a sex offender attempting to flee.
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Washington's DSFW police catch a man with multiple warrants and chase after an assailant in a large beach rumble; they later deal with a salmon poacher and belligerent fishermen.
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Officers protect orca whales, a mother hen and her ducklings; showdown with a repeat offender; drunk driver is arrested; black market shrimp trafficker is taken down.
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Officers scramble to save passengers of a capsized boat; confront a suspect on drug related charges; a dead sturgeon floating on the Columbia River is investigated; local tribe makes good use of a bear carcass.
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Officers nab a drunk driver as well as a suspect with an outstanding warrant for obstructing law enforcement; illegal fishermen are caught in the act and a homeless man and his puppy meet with an officer.
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Washington's Department of Fish and Wildlife police discover marijuana plants growing on park land, help stop a brush fire, apprehend a known sex offender, and interrupt illegal fishing.
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Officers of the Fish and Wildlife police respond to a boating accident, face off against a suspect with a checkered past and arrest a lawbreaker; another officer assists injured wildlife creatures.
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Two men wanted on felony warrants are captured by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police; an officer helps at the scene of car crash; a trombone player serenades an officer.
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Fish and Wildlife Police take on bear poachers, one of whom is inebriated; man with an outstanding warrant is caught in the middle of an adult situation; a rattlesnake surprises an officer.
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The Fish and Wildlife Police release a bear into the wild; DUI driver is caught; suspects with multiple warrants are apprehended; ducklings are trapped in a storm drain.
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Father arrested on a warrant while his son is apprehended on drug charges; fisherman caught wielding illegal firearm; wanted man captured; orphan bear released into the wild.
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Nighttime undercover operation is underway to stop illegal shooters; unruly suspect evading arrest; desert highway tragedy; outstanding warrant ruins family cruise.
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Hunter kills elk illegally, suspicious activity in the desert, bear tears apart the inside of a car, and the FWP track down a suspect with three warrants to his name.
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Bear near family home is taken on by the FWP's bear dog unit; interstate is disrupted by unstable woman; fisherman hooks endangered fish; tribal crabbers trap out of season.
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The Washington DFW police take on an illegal elk shooting, a suicidal citizen and convicted felons looking to poach.

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