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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 series that is currently running and has 15 seasons (174 episodes). The series first aired on March 11, 2012.

Where do I stream North Woods Law online? North Woods Law is available for streaming on Animal Planet, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch North Woods Law on demand at Philo, Amazon, Hulu, FuboTV, Microsoft Movies & TV, Google Play, Apple TV, Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, Pluto TV online.

Sunday 9:00 PM et/pt on Animal Planet
15 Seasons, 174 Episodes
March 11, 2012
Action & Adventure, Crime, Drama, Kids & Family
Cast: Mike McColl
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North Woods Law Full Episode Guide

  • Officers St. Pierre and Arsenault confront a bear that has made its winter den in a car. Officer McKee investigates a claim that an illegal deer kill was an accident. Lt. Boudreau stops a family of snowmobilers riding illegally on a highway

  • A team of officers stakeout hunting sites across New Hampshire after reports of illegal activity. Officer Lopashanski investigates the mysterious discovery of untagged, unregistered deer parts hanging in front of a burnt-out building.

  • Officer MacFadzen tracks a trapper suspected of poaching, and stealing a trail camera surveying the illegal traps. Officer Lucas investigates the death of an owl. And, officers question a father and son who may have hunted over illegal bait.

  • Officer Masucci and Major Walsh join forces to summon a man for baiting without a permit. Officer Bronson pursues a pair of ATV speedsters riding with a toddler with no safety gear, and Lieutenant Cheney responds to a call about a deer wedged in a fence.

  • Sgt. Lopashanski attempts every trick in the book to wrangle a stubborn moose off of a busy roadway. Officer Canfield plays a game of cat and mouse with a suspected illegal deer hunter, and Officer McKee and Demler investigate an illegal turkey kill.

  • Officer Canfield handles a group of ATV riders reported for riding prohibited trails. Officer Holmes investigates a suspected illegal deer kill, and an abandoned car is found on the Androscoggin River that might be linked to a crime.

  • A team is deployed to relocate a moose trapped in downtown Nashua. During an undercover mission, Officer Egan encounters multiple bird hunters, while Officer Canfield rushes to rescue an injured hiker and his young family on Mount Carrigan.

  • A deer hunter pleads ignorance when caught with tree stands on private property. Officer Crouse catches a group of ATV speedsters, and Officer MacFazden investigates a suspicious bear kill.

  • A horrific rock climbing accident on Cannon Cliffs sends two officers and an emergency team on a heroic helicopter rescue mission. A combative man is found illegally riding an OHRV and is questioned by Officer Crouse, and a moose causes a traffic jam.

  • On Mt. Monadnock, a severed finger is found, sending a team and K-9 Wyatt to search for other possible body parts. A family of repeat offenders is found riding their ATVs without proper protective gear, and a man admits to an illegal bear kill.

  • 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.