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Season 7 / Episode 8 and airs on 28 March 2017 01:30
When your job is protecting our most precious natural resources in some of the nation's most remote areas, there is rarely a dull moment. Wardens chronicles the lives of Conservation Officers in America. The first season in 2011 focuses on the great state of Montana and the men and women who protect her public lands, from ride-alongs on interstate game checks, to anti-poaching sting operations; from remote snowmobile trails in grizzly bear country, to unforgiving white-water rapids. While the focus of Wardens is enforcement of regulations, the show takes special precautions to ensure the general public understands those who would violate the rules are the minority and the vast majority of encounters with our Wardens are law-abiding citizens.
The Fourth of July weekend in Silver Lake State Park is a non-stop party; Michigan conservation officers help patrol the park during this busy time and make keeping the peace their No. 1 priority.
Michigan Conservation Officers spend a lot of time enforcing the laws of waterfowl hunting. Using canoes, they work silently across the state's largest game area. It's not all work as one officer oversees a class trip to the pheasant field.
To slow the spread of CWD, Michigan conservation officers work Opening Day to make sure no deer come in from infected states; the Wildlife Disease Lab checks suspect deer.
Looking for antlers on opening day is like a Christmas morning for shed hunters. A few are willing to break the law for a crack at a monster shed. Montana wardens are on the look out for one offender who is no stranger to a run-in with the law.
Montana wardens use everything from a deer decoy to a K-9 to make sure hunters are following the rules.
During the opening week, COs and brothers Bill and Shane Webster patrol the state using vastly different strategies. Bill is on aerial patrol looking for illegal bait piles while Shane is working the web to track down offenders.
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