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Endangered Species: California Fish and Game Wardens (2009)

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An expose' of the extreme shortage of game wardens in California and its impact on wildlife and wild lands.

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California has the worst game wardens per capita ratio in the US, and consequently a $100 million a year black market in wildlife trafficking. Filmed with unprecedented access to California's wardens, this film follows them on land, sea and in the air, in pursuit of some of the most nefarious characters including organized crime, drug cartels, and terrorists. Written by James A. Swan

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No wardens, no wildlife

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17 January 2009 (USA)  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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Reveals for the first-time in general media, how a CA Fish and Game Warden discovered a terrorist cell training in the CA desert prior to 9/11. Apparently there was no follow-up to the contact for on 9/11 two of the people in that group flew a plane into the Pentagon. See more »

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