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From the White Mountains of the North East, to the rocky shores of the Atlantic Ocean, all-new series North Woods Law: New Hampshire features the Conservation Officers of New Hampshire Fish and Game who work tirelessly to preserve and protect the natural resources of the Granite State. New Hampshire's wild and rugged landscape makes the state a premiere destination for outdoorsmen and women and makes the work of Conservation Officers diverse and demanding. They are tasked with enforcing all laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the state's fish, wildlife, recreational vehicles, and marine resources and they prosecute all of their own cases involving offenders of wildlife law. Whether they're assisting biologists in managing the state's wildlife, patrolling backcountry roads during hunting season or conducting search and rescue operations on windswept mountains and roaring rivers, every day presents a new challenge in the Live Free or Die state.
Officers Bill Boudreau and Eric Hannett investigate a man raising alligators in the attic of his home. As night falls over the White Mountains, Officers Glenn Lucas and Eric Fluette ascend into the darkness to rescue a lost group of hikers.
Officers Adam Cheney and Geoff Pushee run into an aggressive and angry hunter while investigating a road hunting complaint; an elderly man with dementia goes missing in the swamp.
Officer Glen Lucas races to the scene of an ATV accident. When a home is broken into, Officers Bill Boudreau and Eric Hannett assist police in tracking the suspect. Officer Bob Mancini tries to save the life of an injured loon.
When an out of state hunter appears to be lying about the circumstances surrounding his deer kill, Officers Bob Mancini and Kevin Bronson investigate. Conservation Officers work with volunteers to recover the body of a missing hiker on Mt. Washington.
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