It’s all about teamwork on a new season of NORTH WOODS LAW premiering on an all-new night, beginning Tuesday, February 19 at 9 PM ET/PT. From new investigations and bigger stakes to even wilder animals, with the help of new trainees and the indispensable – and adorable – K-9 force, the Conservation Officers of New Hampshire take on everything the state can throw at them.
From its beautiful but merciless mountain ranges to its remote and picturesque rivers, New Hampshire provides a never-ending series of challenges for its Conservation Officers. Whether it’s fighting time on a search and rescue, preserving and protecting the state’s resources, enforcing rules on both land and water, or tracking down elusive criminals, there’s never a dull moment for this elite group.
In Tuesday’s premiere episode, Officer Chris McKee responds to a call about an endangered rattlesnake; at the summertime Jericho ATV Festival, Officer Matt Holmes and Trainee Levi Frye respond to an accident in which a man’s head has been run over; and Officer Graham Courtney helps rescue a small dog locked inside a hot car. Also, Officer Holmes helps with the carryout of an international exchange student who collapsed on Mount Willard.
Other stories this season on NORTH WOODS LAW include Conservation Officer Eric Fluette responding to a report of a mother bear and two cubs in a residential backyard area; Officer Graham Courtney and Lieutenant Adam Cheney helping a gray seal get from a tidal creek back to the ocean; Conservation Officers Glen Lucas and Jim Cyrs attempting to rescue two hikers stranded on the treacherous Huntington Ravine Trail; and Officer Eric Hannett attempting to rescue a Great Blue Heron that’s been hit by a car, and later, faces off with a moose that may have a dangerous disease.