Swamp Men

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  • 2010
  • 2 Seasons
  • 7.3  (38)

Swamp Men is a captivating reality TV show that aired on National Geographic Wild in 2010. The series follows a team of skilled hunters and animal trappers as they venture into the treacherous swamps of Louisiana in search of nuisance creatures that are a danger to human communities.

The cast of Swamp Men is led by Art Edmonds, a seasoned veteran with over 30 years of experience in the animal control industry. Alongside Edmonds are two of his most trusted colleagues: Brian Zepeda, a fearless trapper who specializes in capturing large alligators, and Roger Tilling, a wildlife expert who provides essential support and guidance to the team.

Each episode of Swamp Men brings viewers into the heart of Louisiana's bayou country, where the team must respond to calls from local residents reporting dangerous animals on their property. From alligators and snakes to wild hogs and beavers, the creatures that inhabit this swampy landscape are a constant threat to human safety.

Using their extensive knowledge and skills, the Swamp Men team employs a variety of methods to capture and relocate the nuisance animals. Whether setting up traps, wading through murky water, or handling venomous snakes, the team always puts their safety on the line for the sake of protecting the community.

In addition to their animal control duties, the Swamp Men also take part in scientific research projects aimed at preserving the bayou's delicate ecosystem. With the help of local experts, the team studies the behavior and habitats of the animals they encounter, all in an effort to better understand and protect these important species.

But Swamp Men is more than just a thrilling adventure into the murky swamps of Louisiana. At its core, the show is about the relationships between the team members, who demonstrate remarkable skill, bravery, and camaraderie in the face of danger.

Whether bantering back and forth in the boat or laughing over a well-earned meal, the team's close bonds are evident throughout every episode of Swamp Men. It's this unity and sense of purpose that allows them to face the challenges of their demanding job with bravery and grace.

Overall, Swamp Men is a captivating and riveting show that provides a unique glimpse into the wild world of Louisiana's bayou country. Combining thrilling action with fascinating scientific research and heartwarming moments of human connection, the series is an absolute must-watch for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Swamp Men is a series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (20 episodes). The series first aired on May 3, 2010.

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Gator Pit Round-Up
10. Gator Pit Round-Up
December 26, 2011
When there's threat of a cannibalistic Cayman attack... Cattail decides to do some modeling?
Big Nasty
9. Big Nasty
December 19, 2011
Moving two of Billie Swamp Safari's meanest alligators presents a serious injury to Seminole Wildlife Officer, Gus 'Onebear' Batista.
Alligator Attack
8. Alligator Attack
December 5, 2011
The crew knows how to handle the situation when newbie staffer Meghan gets bitten by a three-footer in the gator pond. Meanwhile, Cory Wilcox and his crew are trapping hogs in an effort to control the growing population. And Everett Osceola is showing master gator handler, Billy Walker, he is ready to be promoted to a handler.
Predator Patrol
7. Predator Patrol
November 28, 2011
Due to recent rains, water levels are rising, and the alligators are on the move. When an 11-foot gator gets too close to tourists at the Safari boat dock, Gus jumps in feet first to catch the gator. Once its relocated, the Swamp Men assume they have seen the last of this troublesome reptile, but thats not the case.
Deadly Blow
6. Deadly Blow
November 21, 2011
The Swamp Men try to remove a 700-pound gator from a property, but the gator appears to be more lethargic than normal. They transport it back to Billie Swamp Safari, but their efforts are unsuccessful. The circle of life continues, however, as the team works together to save an old gator that's being bullied out of his share of food.
Restroom Rattler
5. Restroom Rattler
November 14, 2011
Years ago Safari founder James Billie introduced exotic animals to a park and now they are threatening to take over. He assesses the situation and tries to find a solution.
Gator Beatdown
4. Gator Beatdown
October 31, 2011
There is an alligator and a colony of bees that must be relocated right away.
Most Wanted
3. Most Wanted
October 24, 2011
Brian decides to bring "Trump," the park's notorious 800-pound alligator, onto the Safari's compound to keep closer tabs on the aging reptile. While preparing to move Trump to a new enclosure, One Bear and Cattail discover an abscess that requires surgery. On the other side of the park, the staff embarks on a mission to bring water to a drought-stricken area known as "Alcatraz," which serves as a safe haven for large nuisance gators. Then, Seminole Tribe member Billy Walker gives a new employee a hands-on lesson in handling alligators that he won't soon forget.
One Bad Gator
2. One Bad Gator
October 17, 2011
Three feisty alligators need to be relocated in order to make room for an aggressive bull alligator named "Bad."
Swamp Shootout
1. Swamp Shootout
October 10, 2011
A re-enactment of the second Seminole War complicates matters when keeping park visitors safe during one of the tribe's major cultural events.
Where to Watch Swamp Men
Swamp Men is available for streaming on the National Geographic Wild website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Swamp Men on demand at Amazon, Vudu and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    May 3, 2010
  • IMDB Rating
    7.3  (38)