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This reality series follows employees of the Maine Warden Service as they work to keep the North Woods safe for both human and animal residents. It also features New Hampshire DNR officers. The series debuted on the Animal Planet cable network in 2012. North Woods Law is a Action & Adventure, Crime, Drama, Kids & Family series that is currently running and has 14 seasons (161 episodes). The series first aired on March 11, 2012. It has moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.5.

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Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on Animal Planet
14 Seasons, 161 Episodes
March 11, 2012
Action & Adventure, Crime, Drama, Kids & Family
7.5/10
Cast: Mike McColl
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North Woods Law Full Episode Guide

  • The recruits participate in the first annual Boot Camp Culinary Games and compete in culinary-related events, from whipping cream to stomping tomatoes. Then, Chef Anne Burrell and Chef Alex Guarnaschelli teach them how to roll sushi.

  • 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.

  • During a busy "Old Home Day," Officer Delmer patrols the ATV trails. Officer McFazden rescues a trapped barred owl and takes it to be rehabilitated. On Mount Liberty, Officer Towne and trainee LaTourneau save an injured hiker.

  • Officer Mcdermott finds an abandoned truck, sparking a winding investigation. Officer Holmes and Sgt. Lucas rescue paddlers of a capsized canoe. Later, Holmes responds to a moose accident, while OFC. Frye consoles a bereft woman.

  • With the help of local police, Lt. Boudreau and Officer Hannett remove campers found illegally occupying state property. An 8-year-old boy is found riding solo on an ATV, and Officer Crouse helps two raccoon cubs found on the road.

  • Sgt. Pushee leads a multi-agency rescue mission to find a missing kayaker. A specialist is called in to locate a pesky bear roaming a residential area, and a boy is caught riding without a helmet and operating his ATV illegally.

  • Lt. Mike Eastman investigates a case of stolen lobster traps. A man on a dirt bike flees the scene after being stopped for speeding, and Officer Hannett sends an injured pigeon to a local wildlife rehabber.

  • Lt. Boudreau and Officer Hannett have an unusually busy day on ATV patrol. Officer McDermott investigates a man who illegally shot a rabbit in a residential area. Officers Holmes and Cyrs use ATVs to rescue an injured hiker on Mount Carter.

  • Conservation Officers statewide join forces with volunteers and the National Guard to launch an intensive search for a missing hiker; Officer McKee gets news of a bear who has infiltrated a home in search of food.

  • Officer Cyrs gets a call about a rabid fox that attacked a homeowner. Officer Crouse tracks down a group of ATV riders. Lt. Murphy talks to a farmer about a nuisance bear. Officers Frye and Jones investigate a hunter that may have from shot the road.

  • The wardens, the National Guard, and dozens of volunteers team up in a massive, days-long search for a hiker missing in the vast wilderness of the White Mountains. And, the wardens take on some familiar faces in a charity softball game against Maine.

  • Officers St. Pierre, Benvenuti and K9 Cora investigate a couple accused of road hunting; an actress tries to perform her way out of a ticket with Officer Hannett; Officer Holmes gets an injured goose call; Officer Frye handles a neighbor dispute.

  • Nature lovers show up for Discover Wild New Hampshire Day; Officers conduct an undercover surveillance; Officer McKee rescues a starving owl from the side of the road; on Mount Monadnock, a perilous rescue of an injured hiker.

  • Lt. Boudreau teams up with Trainee Masucci to track down a turkey hunter who may have shot from the road; when an animal release goes south, Officer Hannett lends a hand;Officer Canfield races to catch a trespassing dirt biker.

  • Officer Crouse responds to a call about a nuisance raccoon; Officer Towne searches for a deer attacked by coyotes; Officer Hannett monitors a suspicious fisherman; Officer St. Pierre responds to a call about an impaired driver.

  • The dive team assists at an event in Hampton Beach; Officer Courtney patrols the area's clam flats; Officers Hannett and Holmes patrol snowmobile activity across the state; Officer Demler helps a bobcat that's been injured by a porcupine.

  • A busy day at the state's largest ice fishing derby; Officer Canfield searches for the owner of a frozen fishing line; Major Juneau leads a mountain rescue; Officer McKee clocks the speed of snowmobiles; Officer Cyrs checks on a stuck moose.

  • Officers Bronson and Towne get more than they bargained for with a speeding snowmobiler; the K-9 unit performs winter training; Officer MacFadzen patrols an ice drag racing event; Officer Cyrs heads into the woods to investigate a hit and run.

  • During a busy winter weekend, Lt. Boudreau encounters kite skiers, an illegal firesled and a vandalized bob-house. Officer Canfield searches for a deer with an arrow in its head. And Officers Demler and Towne head out on a treacherous mountain rescue.

  • 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. And later, Officer St. Pierre goes on his first dive recovery under the ice.

  • Officer Bronson questions a hunter who shot a deer without the proper permit, while Officer Demler runs radar on a popular snowmobile trail. Sgt. Lucas investigates a suspicious deer kill site. And Officer Cyrs responds to a snowmobile accident.