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On foot, by car or off-road vehicle, by plane or by boat, the California Game Wardens -- 240 in all -- patrol the state's 159,000 square miles, pursuing poachers, polluters and drug runners around the clock while making sure hunters and anglers follow the rules. No two days are alike, and each is adventure-filled as the officers, working alone or with a canine companion, often patrol sparsely populated areas where help can be hours away.

Latest episodes

aired 83 days ago
California's Game Wardens work to keep the state's wilderness safe.
aired 83 days ago
Wardens investigate a group of bear poachers, confront gold prospectors who cause environmental damage and drive a dumpster-diving bear back into the woods.
aired 83 days ago
Wardens take to the sky to coordinate an assault on nocturnal poachers and track down a hunter endangering more than one species.
aired 83 days ago
Wardens stumble upon gang and drug activity in the wilderness, search for a suspected grower in the woods and send an eradication team in search of an illegal grow.
aired 83 days ago
Wardens track a group of pig poachers; a woman is caught feeding bears; Warden Boyd confronts a man who is shooting at a deer in his garden.
aired 83 days ago
Investigating abalone poaching; Lt. Nores uses a bear rug to make an arrest; a man is suspected of decapitating deer.
aired 83 days ago
The wardens go on the hunt for bear hunters who may be illegally selling bear gall bladders and storm the house of suspected sturgeon poachers.
aired 104 days ago
The wardens search a house where four pit-bulls guard a safe.
aired 104 days ago
The wardens hunt down a ruthless poacher.
aired 104 days ago
The wardens hunt down an interstate trophy buck poacher and rescue a dog on the verge of death from rattlesnake venom.
aired 104 days ago
Wardens attempt to catch poachers at night, get embroiled in a family feud and bring down an illegal marijuana grow.
aired 104 days ago
Investigating a marijuana growing operation; a gold miner illegally dredges a river; a convicted felon is arrested for weapons possession.
aired 104 days ago
Wardens patrol a hunting ground on ATVs, track down a doe poacher and open an investigation to solve the mystery of two poached bucks.
aired 104 days ago
A warden's K-9 tracker bites a suspected marijuana grower; wardens track a pig poacher; surveillance on a woman suspected of feeding bears.
aired 104 days ago
"Thrill kill" poacher; a mother bear protecting her cubs; a dolphin is rescued.
aired 111 days ago
Boat smells of marijuana; sea lion is shot in the face; mountain lion poacher; vehicle search unearths a rattlesnake.
aired 111 days ago
Wardens track down the online sales of piranhas; suspected red abalone poachers flee.
aired 111 days ago
Heavily-armed marijuana growers; hunters poach deer to feed their meth addictions; drug dealers use the dark country roads to hide from the law.
aired 111 days ago
After receiving information from an informant, the wardens raid a remote ranch and confront a poacher.
aired 111 days ago
An inhumane bobcat trapper; orphaned baby bobcats; poaching raid in the black market; a dead mountain lion.
aired 111 days ago
Wardens track down a man wanted in Oregon; rescuing a cow from quicksand; bear cubs are rescued from a dumpster; illegal bear hunt.

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