Officer Fluette untangles a trapper's web of lies. 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. Officer Hannett and Trainee Crouse investigate a man shooting squirrels. Each Autumn brings the hunting season, the Warden's busiest and most dangerous time of year. And Officer Hannett rushes to lead a carryout when a hiker is injured. A drunk sledder is caught and blames his nephew. Officer Demler confronts a suspect about shooting a turkey on private property.
Warden Parker searches for a trigger-happy shooter in a family neighborhood. LaFlamme helps a herd of deer in distress. A search is mounted for a missing man in the woods. The wardens celebrate North Woods Law day at a pro baseball game in Portland. Simmons and Warden McKenney pursue brothers with bait piles.
Wardens Marquis and Fitzpatrick try to catch a dumpster-diving bear. Sergeant Thrasher searches for an illegal marijuana crop grower. The wardens investigate a case of injured bald eagles. Boudreau and Officer Hannett confront a hunter they suspect illegally shot a pheasant. Warden Robertson makes a surprising discovery. A missing hunter sets off a full-scale search.
Bill Boudreau investigates a complaint about a man illegally feeding bears. Warden Carter hunts for a father who may be teaching his son to poach. A second search for a lost hiker stretched the wardens to the limit. Warden McBrine coordinates a LifeFlight helicopter for the victim of a serious car crash. The wardens search for a pot grow after a drug deal gone wrong. Also: The wardens are the honored guests at a baseball game in Portland, Maine.
These 'State Police of the Woods' never know what to expect from one moment to the next. Officer McKee helps relocate a rare rattlesnake. Ride along with Warden MacCabe on his unbelievable six-day moose hunt. Hannett attempts to rescue an injured heron and later faces off with a moose. Boudreau, K9 Ruby, and Officer MacFadzen investigate a hunter suspected of shooting a turkey from the road; Officer McKee searches for a baby owl that fell from its nest; and Officer Hannett rushes to lead a carryout when a hiker is injured. .
Lucas and Officer Holmes attempt to free a cub stuck inside a trap before its mother returns. And Officers respond to a drowning in the Connecticut River. And, Officer Towne comes to the aid of an injured hawk. One team of wardens investigate the shooting of a turkey hunter that could be an attempted homicide while another team sets up a stakeout. Several animals are encountered including orphaned baby foxes, nuisance beavers and a python. Boudreau and Officer Hannett pursue a night hunter; Officers Canfield and St.
Officer Bronson investigates a night-hunting case involving an animal he's never dealt with. Officer Fluette responds to a bear call. In southern Maine, wardens head into a wetland where they find hunters using illegal guns, ammo, and, drugs. Wardens Parker and Buuck bring a fugitive night hunter to justice. An intentional violator in Aroostook County is busted night hunting.
Meanwhile, Scott Thrasher invites everyone to his home for a potluck supper. A stakeout of salmon poachers catches a pair in the act. A deer carcass has the wardens searching for a poacher. Feuding neighbors hamper the wardens' investigation. Things run afoul as Warden Kris MacCabe discovers Great Blue Herons acting strangely. Also, Officer Holmes helps with the carryout of an international exchange student who collapsed on Mount Willard. Bill Boudreau investigates a complaint about a man illegally feeding bears.