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This is a show that follows a warden who is responsible for making sure one of the world's natural resources is protected. There are a few officers who work in conservation who live in Montana. They make sure the lands are safe from poachers who want to kill the animals who are living on the land as well as other environmental mishaps that might occur.

Wardens is a series that is currently running and has 9 seasons (140 episodes). The series first aired on December 27, 2010.

Where do I stream Wardens online? Wardens is available for streaming on The Outdoor Channel, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Wardens on demand at Amazon Prime online.

Mondays 9:30 pm et/pt on The Outdoor Channel
9 Seasons, 140 Episodes
December 27, 2010
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Wardens Full Episode Guide

  • Michigan Conservation Officers remove a gill net from Lake Michigan That had been lost and was discovered by recreational divers. Also, Cos in Districts 7 patrol ORV

  • Michigan Conservation Officers patrol during the opening days of deer season for hunting with both archery equipment and firearms. A CO helps remove two deer from an elementary school after they crashed through a window in the middle of the night.

  • A Michigan Conservation Officer in District 7 patrols inland waters in the southwest part of the state. And a CO in the UP checks out an off-road vehicle that doesn't have the proper stickers.

  • Conservation Officers patrol a busy river during a summer weekend and efforts are made to improve fish habitats.

  • Michigan Conservation Officers observe anglers from a distance to make sure they're doing things by the book before contacting them when they suspect illegal activities. Some angler frequently go over their limit for white bass.

  • Michigan Conservation Officers patrol a weekend party and make sure snowmobilers are riding safely.

  • November 15 is Michigan's firearm opener each year and is like Christmas for many hunters and Conservation Officers alike. Officers investigate a hunter possibly shooting into a dwelling.

  • Michigan Conservation Officers enforce bear hunting regulations in a variety of ways; the state's DNR uses many methods to track the state's bear numbers. One CO encounters hunters illegally possessing narcotics.

  • Conservation Officers serve warrants to a suspect believed to have taken 18 deer without licenses.

  • Part 2 of a night time patrol to stop anglers from keeping fish that are foul-hooked.

  • Conservation Officers fish in plain clothes to see if anglers are snagging fish.

  • Michigan Conservation Officers employ numerous tactics to enforce the state laws. Some of them include using aerial patrols to look out for illegal activitity as well as keeping an eye out for blinds on state land that have been in place too long.

  • Conservation Officers on patrols during fall fishing season as well as spring turkey season encounter suspects that have set fires in conditions where they shouldn't have.

  • An officer on Michigan's east side meets a driver on the road without a license and an officer on the state's west side patrols during a waterfowl hunt on a state game area.

  • Conservation Officers patrol fishermen and women on the Detroit River, on the border between Michigan and Canada during the spring spawning run for walleye.

  • The state of Michigan is highlighted through a contest to win hunting licenses and over $4000 in prizes. Officers also patrol during a summer boating festival and the firearm deer season.

  • Michigan's archery deer season lasts 77 days and the regular firearm season is 16 days long. Over that time period, C.O.'s use a variety of tactics to make sure everyone is playing by the rules.

  • The westside of Michigan has some of the state's best fishing spots. From inland rivers to the Great Lakes, C.O.s know their fall will be spent watching anglers.

  • It can take 7 years to draw a bear tag in Michigan's U.P. Conservation Officers make sure everyone plays by the same rules, so no one has an advantage.

  • Michigan hunters harvested the second most whitetails in the country. Keeping track of everyone in the field requires near 24/7 surveillance.

  • There's no shining for wildlife on public ground during the month of November in Michigan. To combat that, an aerial patrol at night is utilized.

  • here's no shining for wildlife on public ground during the month of November in Michigan. To combat that, an aerial patrol at night is utilized.

  • Michigan Conservation Officers in the U.P. have a lengthy snowmobile season to patrol. From sound checks to safe riding on trails, it's never a dull day in the snow.

  • Michigan's District 3 is home to the state's only sturgeon spearing season. The limit is low, but the reward can be a fish of a lifetime. kwfishing