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Animal Planet green-lights NORTH WOODS LAW, a new, six-part reality series that follows Maine's elite game warden service, set to premiere this March. This patrol unit navigates the Pine Tree State's rugged terrain during hunting season - one of the busiest and most perilous times of the year. Each punch of the time clock is a ticket to extreme danger and drama as undercover stings and intense rescues are all in a day's work. Whether they're tracking bears on dangerous mountains or busting drunk drivers on ATVs, these wardens risk life and limb to protect animals and serve the people of Maine.Written by
Animal Planet's press release, January 2012
After watching every episode of this, I have to say I believe it's real.Which is rare for Animal Planet.While it may be real, all the crimes are truly ridiculous.Almost once an episode someone gets busted for announcing they poached animals on Facebook,too funny.There's a constant stream of night hunters, road hunters, felons with guns, missing people and drunk guys on snowmobiles.They are now apparently known as snow machines, which sounds like they would make snow.There have even been multiple times when people in vehicles ran over animals and then backed up and ran them over again.Which leads us to believe that people in Maine are really weird.This is definitely a show you should watch.If only for the fact that it's silly to get busted by a game warden.
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